Parents of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs have a passion for obtaining the information they need to support their children's learning and improve their health and education outcomes. RI Parent Information Network has been a  critical resource to parents for over twenty-five years . This monthly email provides details to upcoming events, workshops, articles and website links, along with transition to adulthood and military resources. We're centrally located at  RI Parent Information Network, 1210 Pontiac Avenue in Cranston, RI.
Giving those with disabilites the ability to save!

RI's NEW ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Act helps individuals save, while preserving their SSI and Medicaid.

RI Department of Education Annual Survey

Research show that engaging families in their children's education is critical to improving student success. Measuring families' perceptions and their capacities to support students' learning is an essential step in finding opportunities to build stronger partnerships between families and schools. Please complete your survey TODAY!
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) 

How does the nation's major federal law related to public education in grades pre-kindergarten through high school impact your child?  The following resources provide insight and information on ESSA as well as its implementation.
Great Online Resources! 

RIPIN offers a wide variety of interactive workshops and training opportunities. Our experienced presenters offer information and support to all Rhode Islanders and the professionals who work with them.
RIPIN provides direct assistance to families and youth with disabilities of transition age (14-26) in understanding the transition process and their rights. Providing resources, education and training, RIPIN helps youth in transition understand their rights and the process of moving to new programs and services.
RIPIN offers both  national and state resourcesalong with a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), reference guides, and tool kits for families of students with disabilities and the professionals who work with them.
RIPIN is a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides direct information and support for parents and children with special health care needs in Rhode Island to obtain the critical services and supports needed in the areas of health care and education. Your generous support and contribution assists more than 18 programs serving our most vulnerable populations!

Purchase your tickets today for the 
3rd Annual RIPIN Breakfast: Helping Rhode Islanders 

Rhode Island Parent Information Network
1210 Pontiac Avenue, Cranston, RI 02920 | 401.270.0101 |