Up-to-date information, leadership training and skill building. National and local experts teach participants about the local, state and national issues that affect individuals with disabilities.
Modeled after Minnesota's Partners in Policymaking, Competence and Confidence: Partners in Policymaking is a leadership development training program designed for:
- adults with intellectual disabilities and/or on the autism spectrum, and for
- parents of school age children with intellectual disabilities and/or on the autism spectrum.
C2P2 participants make a commitment to attend multiple two-day training sessions during the course of a year. The program selects highly motivated people who represent different ethnic backgrounds and, who for the most part are not already involved in advocacy organizations.
- C2P2 2021
January - September 2021
Training for parents of children/young adults living with intellectual disabilities and/or on the autism spectrum and adults living with intellectual disabilities and/or on the autism spectrum, providing up-to-date information, leadership training, and skill building.
- C2P2 for Families of Children in Early Intervention
November 2021 - May 2022
Training for families of infant, toddler and preschool children receiving Early Intervention services. Offering up-to-date information, leadership training, networking and skill building on local, state and national issues that affect young children with disabilities and developmental delays.
Past C2P2 Participant Groups
- C2P2 for Family Leadership for Inclusive Education in Non-Traditional Schools
Archived webinars | Archived podcasts
- C2P2 for Emerging and Established Leaders
Active from 2008 - 2013, this version of C2P2 paired an established leader with a disability, with an emerging leader with a disability to help develop leadership skills.
For more information about C2P2 programs, contact
Cathy Roccia-Meier, Institute on Disabilities Project Director of Leadership Development
Voice: 215-204-1772 | TTY: 215-204-1805