Centered Boards (CCB)
Visit the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing CCB Directory, which includes phone numbers and site links for the CCBs of Colorado and a map of their locations. For more detailed information about Community Centered Boards please visit www.alliancecolorado.org.
The American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for pediatricians treating patients with Down syndrome Parents, have you been looking for information to share with your pediatrician regarding the medical care of your child? Have you "heard" about a certain test or procedure that you think your child might benefit from and are having a difficult time convincing your pediatrician of the value of such a test/procedure? Do you have difficulty communicating with your doctor about certain medical topics related to your child? Take a look at the information that might be helpful to you and your pediatrician. Do NOT ASSUME that your pediatrician has reviewed this, remember; your child is one of many patients they see, help educate them about updated information and resources.
Physical Therapy: Pat Winders - Children's Hospital More info
Speech Therapy: Jennifer Gray - GraySpeak Therapy More info
Adams Camp - Adventure camps and therapy based programs
National Parks - Lifetime Access Pass - Free
For U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.
May be obtained in person at a federal recreation site or through the mail using this application form. The cost of obtaining an Access Pass through the mail is ten dollars ($10) for processing the application (the Pass is free). Applicants must provide documentation of permanent disability and residency or citizenship.
Glory Community is a private, nonprofit option for families looking for an exceptional residential community for their adult child with developmental disabilities. Glory Community is located in Broomfield, Colorado and provides family-style living with house parents who live on site in a two-bedroom apartment within the home. Please investigate us at: online or call the founders, Jim and Sandy Hembd at 303.410.9699.
Night Lights - For children with special needs and their siblings ages 1 month – 12 years.