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💚 – Project SEARCH

Zoom

Project SEARCH is starting recruitment for the 2023 and 2024 school year.  Project SEARCH is an innovative school-to-work transition program for high school students with significant disabilities. A virtual Open House will be held on January 19th at 5:00 PM for interested students, families or professionals.  

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💚 Musical Pathways at Swallow Hill Music

Swallow Hill Music 71 E Yale Ave, Denver, CO

Join our Music Therapist Kristen McSorley for a free drop-in Music Therapy class. These classes are designed for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Music can help build new friendships, evoke joy and regulate the nervous system, strengthen neural pathways, as well as support physical movement. Musical Pathways is 1st Fridays of every month.…

Free
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💙 EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS — Raising a Child with Disabilities and Understanding the Grief Cycle

Zoom

In this workshop, Jeanette Cordova shares her journey with her son Tait Davis and will help him understand and navigate the cycle of grief we experience. Our workshops are free for parents, guardians, foster parents, siblings, and family members. The cost for professionals is $10.00 (billed after registration). September 3 2022; January 21 & March…

Free – $10.00

Seb’s Recreation Center Anniversary!

Sēb’s Recreation Center 1710 S. BUCKLEY RD #9, AURORA, CO

On January 21st from 10am until 2pm, join us in celebrating empowering individuals with special needs and learn what SRC will be offering in 2023. Take advantage of our old pricing for up to 6 months (Monthly passes, punch cards, and massage therapy). (All purchases must be made on or before 1/21/2023) Enjoy: food, games,…

💚 – Sensory Friendly The Sound of Music Show

PACE Center 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker, CO

About Sensory-Friendly Performances Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a welcoming and comfortable arts experience for people with autism, sensory sensitivities, or other social, learning, or cognitive disabilities. Modifications often include: Lower sound levels, especially for startling or loud sounds Lights remain on at a low level in the theater during the performance A reduction…

💚 – Vacation Opportunities for Adults with Developmental Differences

Let Another World take you on the vacation of your dreams!   From start to finish Another World has your vacation needs covered. Each vacation is planned by Will and Alyson, the very same staff members who will be accompanying you on your trip. As they create each vacation, these are just some of the…

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💚 Mighty Monday Series

No Venue/Online

Have you seen our latest post we do every Monday on our Facebook account? We highlight and feature various Latinx leaders in our local community. We get to know about how they became great community leaders with the work that they are currently in and any challenges they have faced with our current COVID-19 pandemic.…

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💚 Musical Pathways at Swallow Hill Music

Swallow Hill Music 71 E Yale Ave, Denver, CO

Join our Music Therapist Kristen McSorley for a free drop-in Music Therapy class. These classes are designed for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Music can help build new friendships, evoke joy and regulate the nervous system, strengthen neural pathways, as well as support physical movement. Musical Pathways is 1st Fridays of every month.…

Free
Recurring

💙 Educational Workshops: Supported Decision Making and Guardianship Series

Zoom

As individuals with disabilities near the age of majority, 18, parent and guardians must make a decision about the type of decision-making options they should choose for their loved one. Guardianship is not the only options and most individuals with disabilities do not need a full guardianship. This workshop will educate parents on the options…

Free – $10.00
Recurring

💚 Mighty Monday Series

No Venue/Online

Have you seen our latest post we do every Monday on our Facebook account? We highlight and feature various Latinx leaders in our local community. We get to know about how they became great community leaders with the work that they are currently in and any challenges they have faced with our current COVID-19 pandemic.…