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An Early Intervention Story: The Hanley Family

November 29, 2018

Our Early Intervention Program helps overwhelmed families care for their small children (ages 0-3) with developmental disabilities Our partner organization, SUN Foundation, recently held a breakfast highlighting the need for respite funding. We had the pleasure of listening to two parents speak about their journey caring for a loved one with a developmental disability and…

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A Respite Story: The Vincent Family

November 27, 2018

Respite Helps Busy Families Today, we’d like to introduce you to our second incredible guest speaker, Linda Vincent, who is mom to a young woman with Down Syndrome. If their story doesn’t make you want to hug your family a little tighter, we don’t know what will. Linda Vincent, a busy mother When I was…

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Give Back This Holiday Season: Pathways Holiday Outreach & Red Kettle Campaign

November 20, 2018

Pathways Holiday Outreach Support Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families As you may know, our Community Outreach Department hosts an annual gift drive called Pathways Holiday Outreach. This drive serves children and adults with developmental disabilities and delays and their families who may not have a holiday without your support.  DP Case Managers and…

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Meet Abi Hammer! She Loves Her Job at Best Buddies Bakery and Cafe

October 31, 2018

After the Hammer family shared their inspiring story with us, I wanted to meet their daughter Abi and find out more about her experience with the Wellspring Community and her job at the Best Buddies Bakery and Cafe, a delicious bakery at The Emporium in Castle Rock. I have to say–Best Buddies has customer service…

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Connecting People: Meet the Hammer Family

August 30, 2018

We are so grateful when the people and/or families we support want to share their story with us and with the community. We love to hear how we’ve helped support someone with developmental disabilities or delays, their family, or even other organizations, but that’s not our motivation in asking folks to share. Even though we…

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