Center for Family Leadership

You Are Not Alone On This Journey.

Being a parent of a child with disabilities can sometimes be a challenging and lonely experience, but the Center for Family Leadership can help. Generously funded by the Harriet P. Irsay Endowment Fund, the Center for Family Leadership connects families with each other so they can support one another, trade coping techniques and share common experiences. Through the educational forums and events we offer, our goal is to empower families to meet the challenges of daily life and help their children achieve their dreams.

We Are Here for You.

At our educational forums and events, we share information, experiences, strength, hope and resources. Most important, we learn from each other. Because of COVID, our forums are being held via Zoom for now:

Whether your life is directly impacted by a disability or you care about someone who is facing challenges, we offer resources, services and supports that truly make a difference. Over the years, we have impacted thousands of lives, helping individuals achieve their dreams. And you can help us impact thousands more by volunteering your time or financially supporting our mission. Together, we can Dream it. Live it.™

Case History: Melissa

Melissa’s son Will had a significant speech delay that made it hard for his family to understand what he needed. But through Noble’s therapies and support, Will progressed quickly in his verbal and cognitive skills. As a parent, Melissa received the support she needed to go from a frustrated, at-her-wits-end mother to becoming a more effective parent. Noble helped her build the confidence she needed and provided the resources she could turn to for information and suggestions on how to help her entire family.

Support for parents like Melissa is made possible through the generosity of the Harriet P. Irsay Endowment Fund.

Learn More.

If you or someone you know would benefit from our family oriented programs, please call us at 317-375-2700 to learn more. Or click here, share a little information with us, and we’ll get back to you.

Avari with her parents
Avari with her parents