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Spring 2019 Community Events and Resources – March List

March 11, 2019

Check out these community events for adults and children with developmental disabilities and delays and their families. Who to Contact: Social Security or Medicare? Sometimes it’s confusing to know who to contact and for what. Social Security and Medicare offer related services, so people aren’t always certain who does what. This “cheat sheet” can help.…

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Winter 2019 Community Events and Resources – February List

February 7, 2019

Check out these events for adults and children with developmental disabilities and delays and their families. Updated ABLE Account Information The new Colorado ABLE plan helps individuals save, while preserving their SSI and Medicaid. Enjoy tax-advantaged saving without impacting your current benefits. View the updated information here Spring Break will be here before you know…

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Winter 2019 Community Events and Resources

January 17, 2019

Check out these events for adults and children with developmental disabilities and delays and their families. Highlands Ranch Therapeutic Recreation Resources Stay in shape in 2019 and start your New Year’s resolutions with TR. In January, the Therapeutic Recreation Department has plenty of programs to keep you busy. Take a look and see what they…

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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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