Supporting Parents, Families and Professionals

Supporting Parents, Families and Professionals

To empower individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential.

Education and Resources

Education and Resources

To effectively communicate with professionals to successfully advocate for children.

Support. Educate. Connect. Empower.

Support. Educate. Connect. Empower.

We Provide 1-On-1 Support and Education on Disabilities, Special Education and Services.

    • Hot Topics

      Hot Topics

      Bullying and Youth with Special Needs is a very important topic at the moment. Parent Network of WNY provides education on how to recognize bullying, what you can do about bullying and other information to help make your children’s life better.

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    • Parents & Families

      Parents & Families

      Do you have concerns about how your child is developing and learning? If you have concerns about your child walking, talking, behaving, understanding and learning or if your child has a diagnosed or suspected disability, we can help!

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    • Professionals

      Professionals

      The WNY Institute provides Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSC), families, persons with disabilities and support staff the highest quality education, skill development and information services.

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    News

    • Harvest Honors rescheduled to December 4

      Parent Network News

      Wednesday, November 19, 2014

      Parent Network of WNY Unveils New Resources and Honors Deserving Individuals NOTE: Due to the weather, Harvest Honors, scheduled for November 20, 2014 has been rescheduled to December 4, 2014.

    • The 3rd Annual AT EXPO 2014 – POSTPONED

      Parent Network News

      Tuesday, November 18, 2014

      Due to the weather, the Assistive Technology Conference scheduled for November 19, 2014 has been postponed until May 14, 2015. 

    • Parent Talk: Oh No! The Holidays

      Parent Network News

      Wednesday, November 12, 2014

      Have you noticed that the number of days between Halloween and New Year’s Eve are exactly the same as years gone by? I have also found that “knowing your enemy” is important.  As a mom of a child with sensory processing disorder (SPD) I’ve had a few.  Parties,more

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