Early Intervention Department
Research shows that the first three years of life are the most important for development and learning. The Early Intervention program provides service coordination and additional supports for families with children 0-3 years old. Our program provides you with tools to best support your child’s development, allowing them to reach their full potential.
Visit the Early Intervention Program page for more information.
Vice President of Programs and Services
Cindy joined the DP team in August 1979 and has responsibility for leading the programmatic services and supports offered through Community Outreach and Early Intervention. Having devoted her career to working in behalf of people with developmental disabilities and delays she has experience in running or overseeing every service/program within the agency. She is skilled and highly trained in management and supervision, developmental disabilities and early childhood rules and regulations, complex Medicaid Waiver implementation and oversight, budget management and non-profit leadership. Cindy proudly holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Social Work from Colorado State University and a Masters of Public Administration for the University of Colorado at Denver.
Director of Early Intervention
Rachelle came to Developmental Pathways in 2001, and is currently serving as Director for the Early Intervention department. She has spent the majority of her career in the helping professions, and has worked to support quality service delivery and provision to individuals with disabilities or delays for over 20 years. During her time at Pathways, she has served as the Program Manager of Pathways Support Services, as Associate Director in the Supported Living Services/Children’s Extensive Services (SLS/CES) department, Associate Director in the Child and Family department, and as Associate Director in the Case Management department.
Rachelle earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work, with an emphasis in Psychology from Colorado State University. Prior to joining the Pathways team, she worked as the Program Manager for the SLS Community Participation Program at Good Shepherd Lutheran Homes in Littleton, and as the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for Four Corners Sheltered Workshops with locations in Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs and Ignacio.
For information on how to contact your service coordinator, please reach out to one of the following contacts with the corresponding school district:
For Spanish-speaking families, contact LouAnne Chamberlain – 303-858-2340 or firstname.lastname@example.org