Parent Information Center Of Delaware Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 338
6 Larch Avenue Wilmington DE 19804 USA
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Parent information center of delaware, inc [pic] is the only and largest nonprofit organization in delaware whose mission is to serve families of typically developing children and of children with a broad scope of disabilities, families who are economically and educationally disadvantaged, and families who are non-english speakers, and who by reason of these characteristics are often less likely to be engaged in their children's education. Pic provides these families with information, education, and effective advocacy skills through one-on-one consultations, webinars, workshops and electronic news bulletins. Parents who participate in pic sponsored learning opportunities see improved family engagement, child development, and student achievement. Pic also assists schools in reaching out to underserved families and in developing meaningful and effective family engagement policies and activities. During fy14, pic served 2,630 families, the majority of whom were low income or english language learners.
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This organization has helped me many times. Their staff is knowledgeable, friendly and really cares about families. Thanks to their workshops, I earned to navigate the very confusing maze of special education rights and services. I give to them every year because PIC outs their money where there mouth is
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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
their willingness to help families and there wealth of experience and knowledge
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
caring and responsive also able to serve diverse families. They have bi lingual and otherwise culturally diverse staff
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
educate and support many more families of children with special needs and thus improve their educational outcomes ten fold
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Philip L. wrote:
As both a volunteer and donor, my involvement and experiences have been wonderfully rewarding. The leaders and the volunteers... more »
I was involved with an event called the DAPI Diamonds and that is how I found out about this program. Well, that and I know the... more »