The P2P Navigator Project is a leadership program that trains parents to serve as volunteer representatives of Parent to Parent of Georgia. Volunteers are given a detailed in-depth orientation on the programs and services offered by P2P and training specific to the level of volunteer activity.
A Supporting Parent who can help families with local resources. Allows families to get involved by first just helping one family at a time. One of the important leadership lessons here is that leaders do more listening than talking. To be matched with a local guide, just contact P2P at 800-229-2038.
A Local Guide who agrees to host P2P events and projects, represents P2P at resource fairs or other activities, and helps keep resources on our database current. Allows families to get involved by hosting our events, so they can slowly begin to be recognized as a local leader. One of the important leadership lessons here is that leaders must engage professionals and practice diplomacy.
P2P Brokers who are ready to work with professionals to build resources and develop solutions to local and even statewide disability and health care concerns. Allows families to take bigger leadership roles in their communities and create or build new resources or supports. One of the important leadership lessons here is that leaders know how to strengthen awareness and get organized around an issue.
Are You Ready to Grow as a Leader? Valuable leadership lessons learned through training and volunteer activities include: