My Advocacy Resource Group

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My Advocacy Resource Group

My Advocacy Resource Group was created by a group of parents who have children with special needs who earned their experience by learning to navigate the system themselves. Having dealt with so many situations, together, they have learned how to properly communicate their needs with care coordinators and agencies to obtain the best results for their child.

Resources

Resources

In today’s day and age resources are key to survival in any situation. 

As such, in the special needs community we rely on the vast amount of resources available.

At MARG, we have access to most services. We will be glad to assist you with that information and connect you to those providers.
by parents for parents
information and resources
strictly confidential

PAC-U

Parents and Caregivers United

Parents and Caregivers United

While there are many wonderful provider agencies out there, up until now, there was no unified voice to give a powerful message to government from parents and caregivers who have children with special needs and their families.

As families with children with special needs who deal with the tremendous responsibility and challenges on a daily basis, we know best what is best for our children and families.

WE NEED TO UNITE AS A SINGLE VOICE to advocate for services which are needed for our families.

You can join PAC-U, parents and caregivers united, free of charge, AND LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD.

putting the power in the hands of the parents

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change

There is strength in numbers, and numbers is a power that produces change when change is needed.

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make a difference

By tapping into MARG, an organization that advocates for individuals with disabilities, you can make a difference.

communication
communication

MARG’s goal is to communicate on your child’s behalf and protect their rights.

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information

Provide information and respond to the concerns of parents.

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advocating

Good advocating bridges clear communication between agency and the child.

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familiarization

Familiarizing parents with their child’s rights and its policies and procedures.

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empower

Empowering parents to fully understand the process in order to articulate concerns.

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engage

Engaging with parents to listen to their concerns about issues.

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confidential

All calls or correspondence with MARG is confidential

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