A Parent Mentor is a parent who has a child with a disability who is dedicated to helping other families navigate the special education process. There are parent mentors working in schools in our region, as well as across Ohio.
Mentors can act as a liaison between parents and schools and help guide families through the special education process. Ohio Parent Mentors provide free services to families with a child with a disability. If a parent mentor for your child's school is not listed, please call us at (937) 236-9965 or visit the "Find a Parent Mentor Map".
Ann Maguire: Beavercreek City Schools and Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local Schools
(937) 559-4029, [email protected]
Dawn Millhouse: Centerville City Schools and Oakwood City Schools
(937) 433-8841 ext. 2037, [email protected]
Heather Pence: Piqua City Schools
(937) 773-4321 ext. 6716, [email protected]
Susan Sweeney: Clark County School Districts
(937) 325-7671, [email protected]
Julia Timberlake: Kettering City Schools
(937) 499-1460, [email protected]
"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