Webinar – “MyFace, MyStory: Advocating for Your Child: A Parent’s Perspective”
A free, live event for parents about the importance and impact of advocating for your child with a cleft lip/palate or craniofacial condition
You’re invited to join myFace and a panel of parents for “MyFace, MyStory: Advocating for Your Child: A Parent’s Perspective” on July 20 from 5 to 6 p.m.
Advocating for your child with a cleft lip/palate or craniofacial condition can be challenging but also has a critical impact on your child’s outcomes.
Hear from parents who have helped their children navigate and overcome bullying, supported their children through medical procedures and surgeries, and who have fought – and succeeded – to get their children the services they need.
The panel will share their perspective and provide advice about what has worked or not worked when it comes to advocating for their child.
The parents on the panel have more than a decade of experience advocating for their children and others. In addition, parent Max Singer was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate and is the father of a child who was born with a cleft lip and palate.
Sign up online to attend. The event is free, but you must register to get the link to participate.