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Christopher’s Story

by Laura A., Christopher’s mother (edited for content and clarity) At two years old, our son Christopher was diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome. When we began our path of learning and therapy, it was hard and very different from how it is now. In the beginning, I remember Developmental Pathways being the only ones who…

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Acronyms Guide: Case Management

Case Management If you’re new to the I/DD realm, you have probably noticed we use various acronyms. To help you navigate all of them, we’ve created a guide of frequently used acronyms and terms used by specific departments or programs. Today we’re sharing the Case Management portion of the guide. The Case Management Department is…

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Saraly’s Story

Click for English Version ¿Cómo se conectó usted Developmental Pathways? ¿Todavía recibe servicios y ayuda de ellos? Bueno, yo les conocí a ustedes debido que cuando le dieron el primer diagnóstico a mi hija y asistí a una junta de del Grupo Vida. También, con algunos folletos en ferias de recursos que encontraba. En estos…

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DP Teams Adapt to COVID: Case Management / Program Quality

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

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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Connecting People: Meet the Hammer Family

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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