PACER Center began in 1977 with one program called Parents Helping Parents. It is a nonprofit organization located in Bloomington, MN, and for 43 years its mission has been to educate and support parents and families who have children with disabilities. Today PACER is nationally recognized for its ongoing work and dedicated staff. They provide a wide variety of services not only to children but to their parents, siblings, grandparents, and other family members. PACER also has educational information in Hmong, Spanish, and Somali. Their current workshops are all Online Web Streaming and are free. You must register in advance online and then you will receive directions on how to join the workshop on the day of the event.
Their Toll-Free number is 800-537-2237.
This is a free transition-to-adulthood mini-conference series organized for Minnesota parents who have young adults with disabilities. Participants will hear from community experts and PACER transition specialists who will cover a number of topics. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and network virtually with other parents also.
Please Note: PACER maintains an archive of past Live Stream Events that you can review at this link: https://www.pacer.org/livestream/archive.asp