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ARC of Colorado
- Advocates with others to create the conditions under which all people with developmental disabilities experience opportunities to develop competency and to make choices, to have good relationships with family members and friends, to have respect and dignity, and to be full participants in all community living.
Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
- Providing support, services, and advocacy. The site features upcoming events, support groups, resources and educational information.
Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition
- Promoting independence, self-reliance, and full participation for people with all types of disabilities.
Colorado Talking Book Library
- Provides postage-free recorded, braille, and large print library materials to eligible readers in Colorado.
- Promotes the independence, inclusion, contribution, health, and well-being of people with developmental disabilities and special health care needs and their families through consumer, community, and university partnerships. Lists programs and staff, training opportunities, events and publications.
Pathways Resource Guide
- Support and service providers for people who have developmental disabilities and their families. Located in Aurora, Colorado, and Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.
PEAK Parent Center
- Provides training, information, and technical assistance, including best practices, to families and the professionals working with children, youth, and adults with disabilities.
Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association
- Enhances the quality of life for all individuals with Down Syndrome by providing resources and support to those individuals, their families, professionals and the community.
The Whole Child
- Evaluation and treatment of medical, behavioral and educational disabilities by professionals in the areas of speech and language pathology, special education, learning disabilities, behavior, psychology and neurology.
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