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DDI Parent Association

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What is the DDI Parent Association?


The DDI Parent Association is an organization made up of parents, guardians, and friends of children and adults with developmental disabilities receiving services.


The DDI Parent Association functions to benefit many purposes. Various fundraising events are held throughout the year to help support services and initiatives provided by DDI to children and adults where funding is not available through other sources.


Also, DDI Parent Association members serve as advocates and mentors to other parents who have children and adults with developmental disabilities. These interactions can be very helpful for families to gain access to services that may help their loved ones reach their fullest potential.


How Do I Become a Member?


The DDI Parent Association is only as strong and effective as our membership makes us. Volunteer for a committee, donate your time and talents and come to quarterly meetings. Get involved and be as active as you wish, but please become a member today.


You can help make a difference! For more information, please call Co-President Pam Frank at (631) 648-9797 or Co-President Fran Kerimian at (631) 730-3555.