Anchor Center for Blind Children

The mission of Anchor Center for Blind Children is to teach visually impaired infants, young children and their families, providing hope and a nurturing environment where children reach their highest potential. The programs they offer serve young children, birth through five years of age, who are blind or visually impaired and their families. Their staff includes teachers of the visually impaired; speech, occupational, physical and music therapists; a family resource coordinator, developmental psychology consultant and teaching assistants.

Contact Name
Karen Roberts
Address
2550 Roslyn Street
Denver, CO 80238
County
Denver
Telephone
303-377-9732
Email
info@anchorcenter.org
Website
anchorcenter.org

Aurora Youth Options

Aurora Youth Options a program of Aurora Mental Health Center works with Middle and High School aged youth and their families to navigate connect and provide positive individualized resources to help youth thrive. The AYO mentoring program is designed as a close augmentation to the AYO program model. Youth in AYO who are at risk of truancy and school avoidance have access to comprehensive services. Along with community based one to one mentoring with a community volunteer, youth also engage in life skill learning and activities and community service opportunities.

Contact Name
Aurora Youth Options
Address
11059 E. Bethany Drive
Aurora, CO 80014
County
Arapahoe
Telephone
(303)617-2660
Email
AYO@aumhc.org
Website
aurorayouthoptions.org
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid
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Bolder Tutor, LLC

Bolder Tutor provides academic educational services for adults and children. The goal is independence for all. We also do Advocacy and consultations on IEP, IP and 504 plans.

Contact Name
Michelle Thomas
Address
320 E. 1st Ave.
Broomfield, CO 80020
County
Broomfield
Telephone
303-859-2531
Email
michelle@boldertutor.com
Website
boldertutor.com

Brain Injury Partners: Navigating the School System

Brain Injury Partners: Navigating the School System is designed to give parents of school-aged children with a brain injury the skills they need to become successful advocates. The program was funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and made in collaboration with the Brain Injury Association of America. ORCAS combines scientific knowledge with technological innovation to create products that address real-world problems in public health and education.

Website
adult.braininjurypartners.com

Career Connection Centers-Goodwill Industries of Denver

The Career Connection Centers provides free one-on-one assistance and classes on Job Readiness (job search, applications, resumes), Life Skills (healthy relationships, financial literacy, stress management), and Computer Classes (learning the basics of computers, Microsoft office Word and Excel classes). Each center has a computer lab for job search, job boards for posting jobs, job fairs, and hiring events with local businesses and Goodwill positions, copy machines, fax, & telephones for job search. We also refer to GED programs as well. Every service offered is free.

Contact Name
Ryan Fischer
Address
15425 E. Iliff, Unit C
Aurora, CO 80013
County
Denver
Telephone
(303)577-0186
Email
rfischer@goodwilldenver.org
Website
goodwilldenver.org/default-site-structure-materials/programs/career-connections.html

College Living Experience

CLE is a post-secondary program that assists young adults as they attend college or vocational school, teach independent living skills and social skills.

Contact Name
Melissa Nieber
Address
1391 Speer Blvd. - Suite 400
Denver, CO 80204
County
Denver
Telephone
(303)825-2533
Email
mnieber@experiencecle.com
Website
experiencecle.com/

Colorado Coalition for Elder Rights and Abuse Prevention (CCERAP)

CCERAP provides quarterly training for professionals who work with at-risk, vulnerable adults and their families. We provide e-newsletters on topics related to the challenges of aging. Our website provides information and links to other organizations providing up-to-date, relevant information and education dealing with elder abuse and financial exploitation.

Contact Name
Helen Davis
Address
1169 Bordeaux Dr.
Fort Collins, CO 80526
County
Larimer
Email
ccerap@comcast.net
Website
ccerap.org

Colorado Learning Connections

We are an independent education and tutoring center for K-12. We offer after school programs as well as learning coaches for home school programs.

Contact Name
Dani Beavers
Address
PO Box 495
Frisco, CO 80443
County
Summit
Telephone
(970)668-0954
Email
dani@clcsummit.com

Colorado Mountain College

I am a Disabilities Services Coordinator and Trio Student Success Center Coordinator. As the Disabilities Services Coordinator, I verify documentation of a student's disability and honor requests for accommodations that are in line with the student's documentation. As a Trio Student Success Center Coordinator, I help students seeking an Associates Degree or seeking a career certificate get specialized tutoring, intensive academic counseling, transfer visits to other institutions, and career services.

Contact Name
Karin Mitchell
Address
333 Fiedler Ave
PO Box 1414
Dillon, CO 80435
County
Summit
Telephone
(970) 968-5821
Email
klmitchell@coloradomtn.edu
Website
coloradomtn.edu/admissions/disability_services/

Community Reach Center

Community Reach Center is a top-tier mental health provider serving the north metro Denver area, as well as the designated provider for anyone eligible for Medicaid who resides in Adams County, Colorado. Since our incorporation 1957, Community Reach Center has provided life-changing services to hundreds of thousands of children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. The Center serves more than 10,000 clients each year at five comprehensive outpatient locations throughout Adams County, as well as in schools, nursing homes, its own residential treatment homes, physicians' offices, emergency rooms, private residences, and jails. We are fully committed to providing integrated care that marries mental healthcare with physical healthcare, in order to support the overall health and recovery of our clients.

Address
8931 Huron St.
Thornton, CO 80260
County
Adams
Telephone
303.853.3679
Website
communityreachcenter.org

Consultants for Children

Our mission is to provide the best possible treatment plan for children diagnosed with Autism and/or other developmental disabilities by providing comprehensive consulting services to both parents and schools. CFCI was developed to educate parents and schools to work effectively with these children, keeping the child’s best interest in mind. We strive to put the needs of the individual child and their families first, rather than any particular teaching method or philosophy. We feel that not doing so results in programs that are inadequate and overall ineffective. With our experience and extensive knowledge, and with the variety of treatment options available, we believe we can not only help children progress, but give hope back to their families.

Contact Name
Germaine Seufert
Address
265 S. Harlan St.
Lakewood, CO 80226
County
Jefferson
Telephone
(720)272-1289
(970)765-8524
Email
info@consultantsforchildren.com
Website
consultantsforchildren.com/
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid
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Denver Metro Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC)

Our mission is to inform and empower low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse families as advocates for their children with disabilities, ages birth to 26 to achieve meaningful participation in their schools and communities.
We do this through one on one parent advising in person, by phone or by e-mail; resource rich website with training events happening all over the Denver Metro area; e-mail newsletter twice a month; trainings and workshops on a variety of disability and school related topics; specific training sessions on development of school special education plans and on leadership development; referral to other organizations based on the individual's need. We serve the entire Denver Metro Area and there is no cost for our services.

Address
14501 E. Alameda Avenue
Suite 205
Denver, CO 80012
County
Arapahoe
Telephone
(303)365-2772
Website
denvermetrocprc.org

Denver Quality After-School Connection

DQUAC is a coalition of youth service providers,working together to promote the importance of quality in out-of-school-time programming, both after school and during summer.

Our Mission:
DQUAC is a communication network, a support system, and a collaborative environment for youth serving organizations.
DQUAC cultivates collaboration, innovation, and networking that fosters a city-wide perspective among our members.
DQUAC supports quality programming through professional development and sharing of best practices among members and contributes its expertise to citywide youth-focused initiatives.

All organizations and individuals who serve Denver youth are welcome to join. There is no cost or obligation!

County
Denver
Telephone
(720)424-8256
Email
info@dquac.org
Website
dquacinfo.webs.com/
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Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health

Devereux Cleo Wallace is a school for behavioral issue kiddos ranging from 13-21 years of age. Daily we provide age appropriate activities for the students to learn how to work with one another (team work). We try to teach the students life long skills and activities in hopes to create healthy habits and skills that they can take with them when they leave the treatment facility. By creating opportunities for them to get out of their comfort zone (Such as hiking a 14er) within a healthy way have helped them establish future goals and heighten their self-esteem. Some of our students have come to us with behavioral disorders because of a traumatic brain injury.

Address
8405 Church Ranch Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80021
County
Broomfield
Telephone
(800) 456-2536
(303) 466-7391
Website
www.devereux.org
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid

Dilaawar J. Mistry, M.D., PLLC

Concussion / mild to moderate TBI evaluation and management using an integrated model of care incorporating Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, Neuroeducational Testing, Physical Therapy, Vestibular Therapy, Cognitive Rehabilitation, Executive Functional Training

Address
2021 Battlecreek Dr, Unit A
Fort Collins, CO 80528
County
Larimer
Telephone
(720) 770-0259
Email
danny@drmistrymd.com
Other Notes
We accept Medicaid
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El Grupo VIDA

The mission of El Grupo VIDA is to empower people with disabilities, and their families, with information and training that will support them to be their best advocate.

With love, wisdom and support of their families and communities, individuals with disabilities can experience and live happy and productive lives.

"We are in this together!"

"¡Estamos juntos en esto!"

(Office hours: Monday, 9-5pm, Tuesday-Friday 9-2pm – Calls or emails received outside of these hours will be returned the next business day)

El Grupo VIDA is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Spanish speaking community for over 25 years. Its mission is to empower people with disabilities and their families with education and resources so they can be their own best advocate. We serve families with children or adults with physical, emotional, and developmental disabilities in the greater Denver Metro Area and the state of Colorado. We support families with education and training, social and networking opportunities and through professional development at an annual conference conducted in Spanish with interpretation available to English speakers.
Join our Educational Training and Support Group the 2nd Saturday of each month at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora from 1-3 p.m. Please check our website for other activities and services. The website is in Spanish and English.

Contact Name
Jeanette Cordova, Executive Director
Address
801 Yosemite Street
Ability Connection Co. Bldg.
Denver, CO 80230
County
Denver
Telephone
(303) 904-6073
Fax: (303) 691-0846
Email
jeanette@elgrupovida.org
Website
www.elgrupovida.org

ETA Coaching

ETA coaching provides life coaching for those that suffer from mild to moderate TBI. I offer adult groups and individual coaching to help client on focus and attention, understand how to work with cognitive issues, strength based strategies, organization, social skills, self esteem, self care, job support. So much more.

Contact Name
Tracy Weegmann
Address
190 E 9th Ave #554
Denver, CO 80203
County
Adams
Telephone
720-876-1533
Email
tracy@etacoaching.com
Website
etacoaching.com

Families First Colorado

The Support Line is a statewide resource for parents or primary caregivers with family concerns. Whatever the issue, we greet callers with compassionate listening and respect, offering practical answers and information on all aspects of family life and child development. We also make referrals to community resources. Whether one just needs to talk or is seeking specific information, trained volunteers are ready to assist. Callers may ask:
-what behaviors are typical for specific ages
-discipline methods that work how to find time for themselves while single parenting the trials and tribulations of living with teens or toddlers setting limits and sticking to them
-how to stop yelling or hitting
-how to become more involved in their children’s education.
Callers experience great comfort in being able to discuss problems that appear overwhelming.

Support Line: 877-695-7996

Bilingual Support Line: 866-Las Familias

Other services include parent education, parent support groups, and child support groups; some of which are offered in Spanish

Address
2163 S. Yosemite
Denver, CO 80231
County
Denver
Telephone
303-745-0327
Email
info@familiesfirstcolorado.org
Website
familiesfirstcolorado.org

Front Range Community College Westminster Campus

Comprehensive disability accommodations for enrolled students. One hour intake appointment during which documentation of injury and current functioning is reviewed and plan for accommodations is written. Front Range is a public community college with developmental education, career and transfer options, as well as non-credit community education classes.

Contact Name
Jo Anna Bennett
Address
3645 W. 112th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80031
County
Adams
Telephone
(303)404-5302
(303)404-5676
Email
joanna.bennett@frontrange.edu
Website
frontrange.edu

Goal Academy

I am a high school English teacher at an online school for at-risk youth. I provide 1:1 tutoring for the group of students who are assigned to me. One of my students is a TBI survivor. I adapt her core classes so that they meet state requirements as well as working to improve those areas of her thinking that were damaged. Because I also suffered severe brain injury from multiple surgeries, working with this student has proven to be even more rewarding and challenging than my usual job responsibilities.

Contact Name
Lisa Poffenberger
Address
919 Osage Ave
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
County
El Paso
Telephone
(719)685-5726
(719)334-0375
Email
lpoffenberger@q.com

Guiding Personal Success

Customized training for staff, students, families and agencies around Transition issues. Development of Individual transitional plans with client and family. Instruction in services & strategies that enhance success in post-secondary education. Connections with school and community supports.

Contact Name
Arlene Levie/Jane Heckman
Address
1866 South Pearl St
Denver, CO 80201
County
Denver
Telephone
(720)620-0319
(303)906-4416
Email
guidingpersonalsuccess@gmail.com

Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs – CO Dept Public Health

The CSHCN Unit works with State and community partners throughout Colorado to develop systems of coordinated service and support for children with special health care needs. Visit our web site to find an office near you.

This system of support is represented by six national outcomes, three of which are: 1) Children with special health care needs will receive coordinated services within a Medical Home 2) All children with special health care needs will have adequate insurance and 3) All youth with special health care needs will have the services necessary to transition to all aspects of adult life.

Contact Name
Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs - Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Address
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, HCP-A4
Denver, CO 80246
County
Jefferson
Telephone
(303) 692-2370
Website
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/hcp

Jefferson County Public Health

We provide care coordination for families of children who have had traumatic brain injury. We also provide outreach and education for school personnel and other providers who work with children with TBI.

Address
260 S. Kipling St.
Lakewood, CO 80226
County
Jefferson
Telephone
303-232-6301
Website
jeffco.us/health

Lash & Associates Publishing/Training Inc.

Lash and Associates Publishing/Training Inc. is a publishing company focusing on concussion, blast and brain injury in children, adolescents and adults. We are dedicated to being a leading resource center for information on brain injury. Our products are easy to read, understand and implement from the hospital, rehab facility, home and school. Visit our website for the bookstore, the blog for free information and facebook and twitter for social media.

Address
100 Boardwalk Drive Suite 150
Wake Forest, NC 27596
County
Franklin
Telephone
919-556-0300
Email
orders@lapublishing.com
Website
lapublishing.com

Learning Disabilities Associates of CO

An online resource for ADHD information

Contact Name
Nina Healy / Kelly McMillan
Address
University of Denver / LEP 2050 E. Evans Ave.
Suite 30
Denver, CO 80230
County
Denver
Telephone
303-894-0992
Website
ldacolorado.com

LearningRx

LearningRx has locations in Centennial, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Canon City. Please visit their website for specific addresses

Cognitive training is a system of highly targeted exercises used to change your brain’s capacity to think and learn. Science has proven that brain training can strengthen learning and reading skills, and even increase IQ. Unlike tutoring, LearningRx works on the brain’s ability to take in, process and deliver information, even when recovering from trauma. LearningRx can help a victim of traumatic brain injury recover their independence and quality of life by treating the cause of struggles resulting from TBI, such as difficulty thinking, memory problems, mood swings and frustration, attention difficulties and loss of speed. LearningRx can help students achieve twice the results in half the time and cost; results are permanent and guaranteed.

Contact Name
Kim Kellan
Telephone
(303)284-6105
Email
kim.k@learningrx.net
Website
learningrx.com/

Mental Health Center of Denver

The Mental Health Center of Denver is a place for recovery, resilience and well-being, known locally and nationally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral healthcare.

Our work enables adults to live more fulfilling and productive lives, children to be more resilient, and families to be happier and healthier. Through multiple community sites, mental health providers in several Denver public schools, collaborations with community partnerships and home-based outreach, we provide treatment, prevention and outreach services to more than 45,000 children, families and adults annually.

Address
4141 E Dickenson Pl.
Denver, CO 80222
County
Denver
Telephone
(303) 504-6500
(303) 504 -7900
Email
AccessCenter@mhcd.org
Website
www.mhcd.org

MINDSOURCE

A trusted resource for brain injury in Colorado, MINDSOURCE connects individuals to care services that can best address their complete medical and/or behavioral health needs. MINDSOURCE is dedicated to brain injury research, awareness as well as identification, understanding and support for all those affected by brain injury in Colorado.

Contact Name
Regina Rodriguez
Address
1575 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
County
Denver
Telephone
303-866-4173
Email
regina.rodriguez@state.co.us
Website
mindsourcecolorado.org/

Owl Education Group

Dysexecutive Syndrome, or deficiencies in Executive Functioning Skills, are the invisible disability, often leaving children and adolescents frustrated, unmotivated, and without hope. As an Executive Functioning Coach, I work with children and adolescents on developing skills to become effective learners and provide tools for independently managing working memory, reasoning, task flexibility, problem solving, emotional/behavioral regulation, planning and execution. We don't use check lists and we don't organize your binders; clients are given intake testing in order to drive an individualized, goal based program with frequent progress monitoring. Students are observed in their school and home setting. Training occurs in an office setting, following mastery, skills are then generalized to the school and home, gradually leading to the independent execution of skills. The aim of Executive Functioning Coaching is to empower the client by providing them internalized competency in problem solving. In addition, coaching provides tools to families and school staff, in order to develop a partnership for success across settings.

Contact Name
Shay Carpenter
Address
818 W South Boulder Rd
Suite 101
Louisville, CO 80027
County
Boulder
Telephone
303-551-0118
Email
info@owledgroup.com
Website
www.owledgroup.com
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PEAK Parent Center

The mission of PEAK Parent Center is to provide training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six including all disability conditions with strategies to advocate successfully for their children. As a result of PEAK's services to families and professionals, children and adults with disabilities will live rich, active lives participating as full members of their schools and communities.

Contact Name
Shirley Swope
Address
611 N. Weber
Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
County
El Paso
Telephone
719-531-9400
1-800-284-0251
Email
info@peakparent.org
Website
peakparent.org

Summit Education Group

Summit Education Group is a highly experienced professional team of mission-driven individuals who share a common passion. We're a team of visualization experts who are nationally recognized for our innovative approach to education. We are here to serve students enrolled in our schools while consulting, managing, and creating programs to deliver results that improve the process and practice of teaching and learning across the globe.

Through Summit Education, a Colorado public benefit corporation, we are able to construct an online, individualized education plan for every one of our students, grades 6th through 12th (with also some adult educational opportunities, as well) which allows kids to continue their education even when life makes it difficult to attend a traditional school. Life coaches and certified teachers can also be made available to help support and assist students in their educational journey.

Thanks to Colorado Department of Education funding policies, Summit Education's services may be free of charge to Colorado resident middle school and high school students.

Contact Name
Paul Valdez
Address
107 W 11th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
County
Pueblo
Telephone
(719) 717-0307
Email
paul.valdez@sumedu.net
Website
https://www.sumedu.website/

Support for Success, LLC

Support for Success teaches and coaches adults to use strategies and tools for brain support at home, at work, and at school. Serving both El Paso and Douglas counties.

Strategies and Tools can help you:
- compensate for memory loss
- manage your time and schedule
- organize your life
- plan and prioritize
- advocate for your needs
- and more!

Services are:
- individualized, one-on-one sessions
- customized to meet your needs
- serving the Colorado Springs / Castle Rock area
- at your home, work site, school, or a public site convenient to you

FREE Initial Consultation

Contact Name
Carol W. Roche, MA Ed, CBIS
County
El Paso
Telephone
719 330-3624
Email
carol.supportforsuccess@gmail.com
Website
supportforsuccess.org

Sylvan Learning Center – Colorado Springs

Tutoring

Contact Name
Ross Russel
Address
1865 S. Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
County
El Paso
Telephone
(719) 227-9420

Terrill Foundation

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated solely to providing scholarships to high school seniors affected by neurologic disease and brain injury who wish to pursue higher education at the university, college or technical school level.
There are few scholarships available to high school students with neurologic disease and brain injury. Those that do exist are available to students in the local geographic area of the scholarship provider. The Terrill Foundation is the only organization whose scholarship assistance is open to students in the entire fifty states. We recognize the life altering experiences these teens and their families have been through and will continue to go through as they meet the challenges of the future. Many have had to give up the possibility of academic or sports scholarships. The Terrill Foundation recognizes the potential these students have and we celebrate their achievement by supporting them to continue pursuing their new goals through further education.
Applications are available at the Terrill Foundation web site at www.terrillfoundation.org. All applications are screened for proper documentation and are then submitted to judges for the final selection. Applications are judged on the following criteria:

  • • Clear career/educational goals
  • • Diverse activity/ experiences
  • • Clear picture of experience with brain injury/neurologic disease
  • • Capacity to succeed
  • • Embodies the perseverance shown by Dr. Mast during his illness

    Contact Name
    Melinda Mast
    Address
    PO box 8057
    Louisville, KY 40257
    Telephone
    (502)419-4929
    Email
    terrillfoundation@gmail.com
    Website
    terrillfoundation.org
  • The Arc – Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties

    The Arc – Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties empowers individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) achieve full and satisfying lives through awareness of their rights, responsibility, and opportunities. The advocacy team provides empowerment through direct advocacy, systemic advocacy, training and outreach. These services are available free of charge to those who have experienced a brain injury prior to the age of 22.

    Contact Name
    Program Director
    Address
    13949 W. Colfax Ave, Suite 150
    Lakewood, CO 80401
    County
    Jefferson
    Telephone
    (303)232-1338
    Email
    info@arcjc.org
    Website
    arcjc.org

    Think First @ St Anthony’s Hospital

    Traumatic Brain Injury Prevention education for all ages - ThinkFirst is an educational injury prevention program available for presentation to schools as well as community events. Focusing on brain and spinal cord injury prevention, it is age and developmental stage focused. Programs include education on making educated decisions regarding safety. Various subjects include safe bicycle use, helmet use, car seat belt use as well as safe driving practices and sports training practices. Brain and spinal cord injury survivors are also welcome to apply to become a speaker for these presentations.

    Contact Name
    Robert Hayes, RN/Injury Prevention Specialist
    Address
    11600 W 2nd Place
    Lakewood , CO 80228
    County
    Jefferson
    Telephone
    (720)321-8973
    Email
    RobertHayes@centura.org
    Website
    stanthonyhosp.org/thinkfirst-denver

    ThinkFirst Colorado Springs Chapter

    ThinkFirst is an educational injury prevention program available for presentation to schools as well as community events. Focusing on brain and spinal cord injury prevention, it is age and developmental stage focused. Programs include education on making educated decisions regarding safety. Various subjects include safe bicycle use, helmet use, car seat belt use as well as safe driving practices and sports training practices. Brain and spinal cord injury survivors are also welcome to apply to become a speaker for these presentations.

    Contact Name
    Sally Duncan
    Address
    1400 E. Boulder
    Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    County
    El Paso
    Telephone
    (719) 365-6978
    Email
    sally.duncan@memorialhealthsystem.com

    Volunteers of America Colorado – Veterans Back Home Program

    The Back Home Program is operated by Volunteers of America Colorado through the Veteran Administration's Support Services For Veterans Families Grant. The program provides financial assistance for low-income veterran families who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless. Program participants also receive transportation assistance and employment/education services. We have and currently assist participants suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries(TBI). We currently have offices in Denver, Pueblo, Alamosa, Durango, Grand Junction, Eagle, Greeley, Fort Collins, and a mobile team. We serve every county in the state excluding El Paso County.

    Contact Name
    Brenton Hutson
    Address
    1247 Santa Fe Drive
    Denver, CO 80204
    Telephone
    (303)297-0408
    Email
    bhutson@voacolorado.org
    Website
    voacolorado.org

    Warrior’s Way LLC

    The Warrior’s Way is a program to assist you in building your personal power, confidence, worthiness, and living life as a never ending adventure. The Warrior’s Way is based on living with honor, integrity, compassion, and assuming self-responsibility. This is done via one/one consulting or group classes.
    This is accomplished by choosing to realize your worth, being comfortable in your skin, understanding and realizing your truth. and loving yourself. The Warrior’s Way is an attitude rather than a solution. An attitude that you can find your own solutions that work for you. Realizing that what works for you isn’t necessarily what works for everyone else. Having the courage to know and live your truth. Having the humility to admit when you need help and accepting that help when offered by others.
    I also have an entrepreneurial spirit and consult on setting up a new business, writing a business plan, presentations to investors, etc.

    Contact Name
    Glenn Bott
    Address
    11674 W. 76th Ln
    Arvada, CO 80005
    County
    Jefferson
    Telephone
    (303)918-4626
    Email
    warriorswayllc@gmail.com
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    We Connect Now

    Our Mission – We Connect Now is dedicated to uniting people interested in rights and issues affecting people with disabilities, with particular emphasis on college students and access to higher education and employment issues.

    One of the goals of this site is to help college students with disabilities to succeed in their studies by getting the information and support they need, both through resources, links, blogs latest news, studying existing laws and regulation and through personal contacts. Through this website people can also share and read other people’s stories as a source of support and comfort. We also want people using our webpage to take action by writing blogs, hosting an event or becoming involved in politics by knowing about upcoming legislation. Also, every month our webpage will focus on a particular disability or condition to bring our visitors more information and support related to our focus of the month. Through our jobs section, we also hope to help empower people with disabilities find employment through job posting and job searching tips, and if people have any questions we encourage them to contact us. The goal of this site is that people leave it having gained knowledge, a support system and having taken action.

    Email
    weconnectnow2008@gmail.com
    Website
    weconnectnow.wordpress.com/