january, 2022

12jan9:00 am10:30 amThe Concept of "Good Enough Parenting" and How It Impacts Parents with IDD Event Organized By: The Association for Successful Parenting (TASP) Event Type:WebinarIn-person or Online:Online

Event Details

TASP’s 2022 Webinar series presents: The Concept of “Good Enough Parenting” and How it Impacts Parents with IDD. (TASP = The Association for Successful Parenting)

Thanks to the generous support of the Maryland DD Council, this FREE webinar will examine the terms “adequate” and “good enough” parenting and how the concepts pertains to parents with IDD. Research has shown that up to 80% of all parents with IDD lose custody of their child(ren). Why is that number is so high? Is it due to actual deficits in parenting capability, is it system bias, or something else? The webinar will look at potential biases in our own work, and rethink reasonable and realistic expectations for parents with IDD.

Parents, professionals, and family members of individuals with disabilities are all welcome to attend.

Presented by Susan “Sue” Jones, who for 35+ years has specialized in supporting parents with intellectual challenges. She is one of the principal founders and former Co-President of The Association for Successful Parenting and is currently a Senior Board Member. Susan has recently retired from being the Department Director of the Family and Youth Services Department for The United Arc of Turners Falls MA, where she continues to provide consultation .

Closed captioning will be provided. If you require additional accommodations please email us at info@achancetoparent.net.

Grant funding for our 2022 webinars requires additional registration questions. These questions will be kept strictly confidential and results will be used to improve future activities.

Jan 12, 2022  9 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada))



(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 10:30 am




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