Parent Mentors

Last Updated: 3/4/2020 12:25 PM

picture of hands holding familyA Parent Mentor is a parent who has a child with a disability.  We have seven Parent Mentors in our region.

Mentors can act as a liaison between parents and school and help guide families through the special education process. Ohio Parent Mentors provide free services to families who have a child with a disability. If a parent mentor for your child's school is not listed, please call us at (937) 236-9965. 


Sharon Honnert: Huber Heights City Schools
(937) 974-7864,

Ann Maguire: Beavercreek City Schools and Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Schools
(937) 559-4029,

Dawn Millhouse: Centerville City Schools and Oakwood City Schools
(937) 433-8841 ext. 2037,

Susan Sweeney: Clark County School Districts
(937) 325-7671, 

Ashley Thoreen: Piqua City Schools
(937) 773-4321,

Julia Timberlake: Kettering City Schools
(937) 499-1460,

"One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and to help them navigate a course to their destination."      -John C. Maxwell

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