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What Excites Us About Voting?

September 2, 2021

Voting season is here! To kick us off, we want to share what gets us excited about voting! What excites you about voting? What questions do you have?  Connect with us. For more voting resources, follow Developmental Pathways on social media or complete this form. Here are some important upcoming dates: September: Register to vote…

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Monique’s Story

August 30, 2021

For some individuals with disabilities, independence can feel uncertain and often comes with challenges. But in Monique’s experience, it has been nothing less than fantastic. Monique has been receiving services and supports from Developmental Pathways for almost 20 years. She has accomplished so much in this time, such as navigating public transportation, getting a job,…

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Facts, Opinions & the Importance of Being Informed

August 18, 2021

Recently, we shared a video about making choices and decisions. Making choices is an important right that all people have. Before deciding something or making a choice, you need information about the topic. Both facts and opinions matter when it comes to decision-making and can impact your choice. Understanding the difference between fact and opinion is necessary…

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Voter Engagement 2021 Kick-Off

August 12, 2021

This August, after reviewing numerous applications, Developmental Pathways hired two self-advocate interns to join our 2021 Voter Engagement campaign! The campaign seeks to inform, educate, and empower people of all abilities about voting. We are thrilled to introduce Nikalous “Nik” Abowitz from Arapahoe County and Evan Stevens from Douglas County. Both are excited to share…

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Brad’s Story

August 2, 2021

Brad and his parents first found Developmental Pathways when he was in preschool. He loved school and socializing with his classmates but needed more support than a neurotypical student. Once his mother, Mayre Lynn, and father, Dave, began navigating the I/DD system, they felt alone and left out from other families and often wished for…

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