Wednesday Webinar Series: Parent & Caregiver Advocacy
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About the Event
About Sabrina Thomas
Sabrina Thomas is an author, speaker and advocate shining a light on the joys and challenges of parenting children with special needs. Through her numerous resources and tools, Sabrina is assisting families and caregivers on their journey to become their child’s best advocate. As a special needs parent for over twenty years, she is on a relentless mission to cut through the confusion and empower parents of children with special needs to become their child’s best advocate.
Having originally worked in the hospitality industry for 20+ years, Sabrina has dedicated the past ten years to be a compassionate voice for the voiceless. She is a certified master IEP coach and through one-on-one coaching, workshops, keynotes, books and resources, raises awareness and helps parents develop an effective strategy for working with authorities so their children can achieve the best quality of life.
Sabrina has two beautiful sons, one of whom, Omar, has autism, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disability. She is determined to provide parents and caregivers with the tools, knowledge, and support she lacked in the early years of her son’s diagnosis.She is studying towards a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership and earned an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Strayer University.
About Getting Past The No Wednesday Webinar Series
Our B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team has worked diligently to put this series together and we are excited for you to see the many topics from a variety of speakers.
All of our services are free of charge to all people with a disability regardless of the type of disability or age. Access to independence is committed to community integration and advocate on systemic issues in order to create barrier-free communities.
About The B.R.I.D.G.E. Project
B.R.I.D.G.E. stands for bridging resources into diverse groups everywhere and the project is a collaborative project between A Better Life Together Inc. (ABLT, Inc.) and the San Diego Regional Center. The project is funded by the State Of California Department of Developmental Services.
If you'd like to learn how the B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team can assist you in accessing services through the regional center, contact us today - visit our website https://www.abetterlifetogether.org/b... to get the services you're eligible for!