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Special Needs

Don't miss this free Denver Broncos Ability Clinic!

Accessibility for all is important and The National Sports Center for the Disabled’s Broncos Ability Clinic aims to give that opportunity to all kids.  Join them on June 30th from 9:00 – 11:00 AM MST at Empower Field at Mile High.  This is a fun-filled and FREE clinic that will include instruction from the Broncos […]

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Track chairs give disabled Coloradoans access to the outdoors (plus, don't miss Adaptive Recreation Weekend)

Staunton State Park strives to give access to all Coloradoans in the outdoors and they are now accepting reservations for disabled Coloradans who’d like to “hike” the trails in one of Staunton State Park’s two-track chairs.   “Being able to offer the therapeutic benefits of the outdoors to all of our visitors is truly rewarding,” […]

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The Strength of a Mom: A Woman I Admire

I met Rebecca early 2008. I don’t remember the details, as we have not become friends till much later on. My memories upon meeting her for the first time are vague, a beautiful, cool, smart and busy businesswoman, about my age, with two (now three) little kids. I knew she had a child with Down […]

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Does my child have developmental delays?

Are you concerned about your toddler’s development? Are you wondering what should a typical 2-year old’s speech look like? What words should they be saying? When should I start to be concerned about my toddler’s speech? If something seems wrong, what should I do? Background on speech delays Speech delays are a common situation that […]

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Not All Deficiencies: One Mom’s Reflections on ADHD

For as long as I can remember, my son has spent his days in school chewing on his sleeves, eating paper, and fidgeting with anything else he can get his hands on. And when he wasn’t chewing on or fiddling with something, he is talking—commenting on whatever was going on, interrupting, yelling, or trying to […]

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