If families of children with disabilities do not have the emotional and/or financial support to care for them, it can be difficult for the child to succeed. Parents are often the most successful advocates for children with disabilities; the more they understand, the more they become involved in their children’s lives. We engage parents by inviting them to support groups, providing them with individualized counselling, and helping them access alternative sources of financial support for their children, such as tuition waivers and income generating projects. These activities have helped thousands of parents provide for their children financially, emotionally, and physically. Many have also become active advocates for their children’s rights and counselors for other families impacted by disability.