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DP Teams Adapt to COVID: EI

August 4, 2020

Here at Developmental Pathways, each team has adapted a bit differently to continue serving people living with intellectual and developmental disabilities during the global COVID-19 pandemic. This week, we’re spotlighting our Early Intervention department’s response to the new COVID working conditions. Before remote working, connecting through online video conferencing was sometimes scary and a little intimidating. However, in the…

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DP Teams Adapt to COVID: CM/PQ

July 28, 2020

One truth that’s come of working in COVID times: we all get a little more creative. From professional sports to human services, ways of doing business have changed to accommodate the new reality we find ourselves in. Here at Developmental Pathways, each team has adapted a bit differently to continue serving people living with intellectual…

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Real Life Colorado Breaks the Mold with its Learning Zone Program

July 27, 2020

Summer school instead of sports or music camp?! As improbable as it sounds, a handful of students made this choice. Since the first week of June, following local public health guidelines including masks, temperature checks, social distancing, and lots of handwashing, four young boys from different Denver Metro schools are loving spending their summer days learning…

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Matt VanAuken Named Alliance Board President

July 16, 2020

Developmental Pathways is proud to announce, that as of July 1, 2020, the election of our CEO, Matt VanAuken, to Board President of Alliance Colorado. Alliance Colorado is a nonprofit, statewide association of Community Centered Boards (CCBs) and Program Approved Service Agencies (PASAs) that is dedicated to strengthening services and supports for individuals with intellectual…

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Why Is the U.S. Census Important to the I/DD Community?

April 29, 2020

Written by Kim Tenure, Associate Director of I/DD Policy The United States Constitution requires the government to conduct the U.S. Census every ten years. While some people may see the Census as a minor inconvenience, it is vital for states and communities across the country to count everyone, and we want all Coloradans to be counted!…

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