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Staff Story: Todd

Meet Todd Todd was first introduced to Developmental Pathways when his son began receiving Early Intervention services. It was not his plan to work for the program or company at the time, but as he dug deeper into what DP was about, he decided to be part of the work. Throughout his family’s journey in…

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Acronyms Guide: Early Intervention

Early Intervention It can feel like Early Intervention has its own language. You might have wondered, what is an “IFSP,” “SC,” and “SLP”? Well, you are not alone. This handy acronym guide will fill you in on all the lingo we use for babies and toddlers in the Early Intervention Program.  The Early Intervention program…

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10 Things to Look for in Early Childhood Programs

by Donna Nylander, shortened for readership. Read the full article here. Recent research has taught us that everyone benefits when children with special needs learn alongside their typically developing peers. Inclusive settings should be the first option to be considered for young children with disabilities. But what should parents look for as they seek quality…

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Sullivan’s Story

We can probably all agree that 2020 has been a doozy. From virtual learning to job loss to loneliness, this year has brought unexpected consequences. However tough the situation and circumstances, we remain committed to supporting our families the best way we can. One of our families, the Tinkers, has had an especially tough year.…

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DP Teams Adapt to COVID: Early Intervention

Here 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 Early Intervention department’s response to the new COVID working conditions. Before remote working, connecting through online video conferencing was sometimes scary and a little intimidating. However, in the…

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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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Outstanding Service Coordinator Award 2019

Anne Buchanan recognized by the Early Intervention (EI) Colorado Interagency Coordinating Council (CICC) Please join in congratulating Developmental Pathway’s Anne Buchanan for being selected to receive the 2019 Outstanding Service Coordinator Award. This year the Early Intervention (EI) Colorado Interagency Coordinating Council (CICC) is recognizing an exemplary service coordinator who goes above and beyond the requirements of his…

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An Early Intervention Story: The Hanley Family

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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Meet the Barney Family

We love to share stories about the families we support. This particular family melted our hearts with their playful son Declan and his two sisters Mackenzie and Peyton. Read on to hear more about their experience with Developmental Pathways and the Early Intervention Department from mom, Jen. Hello, we are the Barney family: Adam, Jen, Mackenzie (8), Peyton (3),…

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