Texas Parent to Parent

Conference & Training

Texas Parent to Parent provides a variety of education and training to parents, professionals, and others who share an interest in improving lives of children with a disability, chronic illness, or special health care need.

TxP2P Annual Statewide Parent Conference

June 12 & 13, 2015
Texas Parent to Parent’s annual statewide conference was a total success. Be sure to attend in 2015 for our 11th annual conference when we have more great speakers and sessions. Read More!

Regional Conferences (1-day)

We had two Regional conferences in 2014 and they were so successful, we are repeating the effort in 2015. The 1-day conferences are similar to our Annual Statewide Conference but with fewer sessions and other activities.

Medical Education Program (MEd.)

TxP2P provides a medical residency educational opportunity for Pediatric and Family Practice Residents and other medical professionals to learn more about the global affects of having a child with a chronic illness or disability in a family. To provide a glimpse of family life, a diverse group of trained volunteer parents invite residents into their lives to experience first-hand how they meet the challenge of raising a child with special health care needs. Simultaneously, our volunteer families learn more about how doctors and other professionals develop early in their careers. Through this opportunity, TxP2P hopes to foster communication skills that create collaboration and mutual respect between patients, families, doctors, and other treating professionals as well as improve care for all children with special health care needs. Learn more.

Healthcare Trainings - Family to Family Health Information Center

TxP2P offers training, resources and support for parents, family members, professionals, and community members, to better support children with disabilities or special health care needs throughout their lives. Trainings and presentations in English and Spanish are available at no charge to professionals, parents, and parent groups across Texas. Learn more.