I’m sure all of us who have had our share of challenges and learning experiences over the years can attest to the value of a mentor – someone who has “been there” and can guide you along the way, while helping avoid potential pitfalls. This is especially true for persons with disabilities – whose unique sets of needs add another layer of complexity to milestones like transitioning to high school or post-secondary education.
This month one of our Peer Mentors talks about his experience supporting others facing similar challenges to those he’s lived through.
As always, there are several upcoming events and ways to get involved under the What’s Happening at WRFN and Upcoming Community Events sections.
Read the June 2017 Family Pulse.