Next Meetup

Making Your Holidays Successful
Be prepared to share ideas on Making Your Holidays Successful. Roxanne and Barb will bring some really great ideas about Taking Care of Yourself, Tips for Your Family and a rating scale to help you through the season. Come and join our lively discussion!! Even though our preferred method of meeting is in person, we are offering Facebook live for this event. Here are the instructions: Step 1: From your Facebook page, go to the Learning Differences World Facebook page. If you are not a member of Facebook, go to your browser and enter www.facebook.com/learningdifferencesworld Step 2: Select either Video or Photo/Video. If there is no video menu item, go to Posts. Step 3: If you have questions, put them in a comment and someone will answer your question. Either the person speaking or someone monitoring the post.

PASCO

9197 W 6th Avenue Suite 1000 · Lakewood, co

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What we're about

This is a group specifically designed by parents and professionals to support parents of k-12 children with special needs. Special Education Support (SES) will meet monthly in the Denver Metro area. The co-hosts will provide a safe place to learn how to better support your child, work with the schools, and support yourself. It will also be a safe place to voice your concerns, find other parents, and find other services you may not know about.

The agenda for our time will be:
- Introductions............15 minutes
- Topic.........................30 minutes
- Q&A..........................15 minutes
- Hot Topics................15 minutes
- Networking..............15 minutes

This meetup is sponsored monthly by

Learning Differences World (https://learningdifferencesworld.com)

Catalyst EDC (http://catalystedc.com)

The group will rotate through 4 different locations (North, South, East, & West). This will ensure that at least 3 meetings a year will be fairly close to you.

East - Betty Ford Center (https://www.hazeldenbettyford.org/locations/childrens-program-aurora) - The Betty Ford Children’s Program provides a four day group for kids age 7-12 who love someone who has or has had a problem with substance use. In the program, kids learn about addiction, how people can get it, and how people can get better through age-appropriate, interactive, and fun activities.

South - Developmental Pathways (https://www.dpcolo.org/) - Developmental Pathways is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency serving individuals with developmental disabilities/delays and their families. We are also one of Colorado’s Community Centered Boards (CCB) connecting people to federal, state, county, and private funding in Arapahoe County, Douglas County, and the City of Aurora. We passionately believe inclusion is for everyone and offer services through Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver programs, locally funded programs, and partnerships with other community organizations.

North - Community Reach (https://www.communityreachcenter.org/) - For 60 years, Community Reach Center has demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to promoting total mind and body wellness for all ages. We do this by recognizing the interplay between mental and physical health and by providing services and programs when and where you need them most – at your primary care office, your child’s school, your home or your nearest outpatient office. Community Reach Center can help you or your loved one address any type of mental health concern.

West - PASCO (https://pascohh.com/) - Personal Assistance Services of Colorado (PASCO) delivers home and community-based services that support long-term independence. We provide home health, nursing, behavioral therapy, personal care, and community-based services as well as 24/7 backup services for nursing and in-home care. Our experienced Intake Specialists and nurses are here to help determine the best fit for your individual situation.

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