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We don’t want you to feel alone in this fight. The GP2C community is an inspiring and encouraging place filled with loving families pulling together to support each other.
From resources for telling your story and fundraising, to a place for finding & sharing helpful product tips or connecting with a family near you, our community is where everyone is welcome and everyone is needed.
You’ll never know the power of THE PURPLE CARD until you try! These amazing little personalized awareness cards are a great way to share your Rett Syndrome story anytime, anywhere! Imagine never having to explain Rett Syndrome in front of your child ever again! Available in multiple languages.
Ever wish you had a place where you could share your child’s story? A place where friends, family, and co-workers could go to learn more about Rett Syndrome and even make a donation in her honor to support research? Sign up for your very own GP2C web page!
IEP…the three most intimidating letters of the alphabet! We want to help. We are compiling IEP examples currently used by other children with Rett Syndrome. Our goal is to help you through the IEP process as well as provide you a place to share your child’s IEP with other parents.
Rett University is an e-learning platform specifically designed for educators and therapists of Rett Syndrome students. Experienced professionals share their cutting-edge knowledge on how to support students with Rett Syndrome and push them to their highest levels of academic, physical and personal achievement.
Rett University is brought to you by Girl Power 2 Cure in partnership with Susan Norwell, a world-renowned Rett Syndrome education and communication specialist; and Udemy.com, a leading e-learning company.
The Power of Music. The Power of Girls. The Power 2 Cure.
Hundreds of girls worldwide are enjoying the amazing music on the GP2C music CD, compiled especially for those battling Rett Syndrome. We also want to share some great therapy activities that go along with each of the songs.
Need some information in Spanish?
We have a few pages translated to help!