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Monique’s Story

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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Acronyms Guide: Community Outreach & Family Support

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Community Outreach and Family Support We have updated our list of acronyms to ensure the terms you need to know are accessible to you! This portion of the guide will introduce you to frequently used terms related to our Community Outreach and Family Support programs. The Community Outreach Program supports individuals of all ages with…

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2020 Holiday Programs

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2020 was a tough year for us all. The holidays were different and, for many, not as joyful as years past. Nevertheless, we at DP worked to continue our holiday tradition of giving a bit of extra cheer for those in need. Since 1994, Pathways has partnered with several organizations to give presents and gift…

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DP Teams Adapt to COVID: Community Outreach

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 Community Outreach department’s response to the new COVID working conditions. Community Outreach’s “new normal” entails several online check-in chats throughout the week, both in small groups and with the whole department.…

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Real Life Colorado Breaks the Mold with its Learning Zone Program

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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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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February 2020 Community Events & Resources

February 13: Understanding Sensory to Understand My Child Webinar This webinar will explore how the body and brain process sensory information from our environment, how that processing can be disrupted, the impact that has on daily life, and how you can use sensory strategies to help facilitate success in your child. Click here to register.…

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January 2020 Community Events & Resources

January 27 – Be Bold, Be Heard – Participate in a Focus Group Sign up to participate in a focus group to provide the county with information to inform their short & long-term planning around respite, inclusive programming, safety net services, etc. and provide recommendations to improve opportunities for populations who are aging with a…

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