Training Topics

What kind of training does P2P provide?

We currently offer basic introductory courses that are 1-2 hours in length. We also offer 4-hour workshops that provide more detailed and hands-on information. Training can be provided in person or virtually. Courses are available in English, Spanish, and other languages. We also customize training to meet your specific needs if the topics below are not exactly what you are seeking.

Two-hour workshops available on:
  • What a Great IDEA! A Brief Overview of Special Education for Parents and Families
  • Peace, Love, Harmony and the IFSP/IEP?
  • Sifting Through Your Parental Rights
  • Georgia Medicaid Basics and Overview of Home and Community-Based Services
  • Georgia Medicaid Basics and Care Management Organizations (CMOs)
  • Georgia Medicaid Basics and Katie Beckett Deeming Waiver
  • Movin Up – Planning Your Child’s Successful Transition at Age 3
  • I Can Do That! A Brief Overview of Assistive Technology for Parents & Families
  • I Want To Do That! An Overview of Assistive Technology for Parents & Families of Young Children with Special Needs
  • Where Do We Go From Here? Preparing for Transition from High School
  • Transition to Adult Health Care
  • The Big IDEA! What’s the Big IDEA Behind Inclusion?
  • Keys to Help your Teen Get a First Job
  • Understanding the Adult Guardianship Process in Georgia
  • Attendance – Why does it Matter?

Four-hour workshops available on:

  • Making it Count – Focusing on a Vision and Strengths to Get to Measurable Goals
  • Understanding the School Discipline Process Through IDEA and IEPs
  • Dream Bigger, Aim Higher
  • Where Do We Go From Here? Preparing for Transition from High School

What if I need more information about training topics?

For a description of each of the training topics and to see which topics have been approved for Babies Can’t Wait Continuing Education credit, click here.

What if I need other training?

To request personalized training in your area, please contact Parent to Parent of Georgia at 800-229-2038 or 770-451-5484.