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Access 2 Sign Language, Inc.
Our mission is to provide quality sign language interpreting services to all of our clients; hearing and Deaf consumers alike. We strive for customer satisfaction through ethical practices and professionalism while fostering an encouraging and energetic work relationship with the interpreters.
Link: http://mya2sl.com
Phone: 719-302-5869
American Council of the Blind of Colorado
Promotes the independence, equality, and opportunities for all blind and visually impaired individuals in the state of Colorado.
Link: http://www.acbco.org
Phone: 888-775-2221
Anchor Center for Blind Children
Provide early intervention/education to blind and visually impaired children throughout the state of Colorado.
Link: http://www.anchorcenter.org
Phone: 303-377-9732
Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH)
Founded in 1967, Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides enriching and educational experiences for deaf and hard of hearing individuals around the nation. Aspen Camp is a 501(c)(3) non –profit organization that host programs including winter camp, summer camp, vocational training, retreats, challenge courses, and more.
Link: http:///www.aspencamp.org
Phone: 970.923.2511
Autism Society of America
The Autism Society, the nation’s leading grassroots autism organization, exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.
Link: http://www.autism-society.org
Autism Society of America - Pikes Peak Region
Our local chapter sponsors training opportunities for educators and parents in Southern Colorado to learn best practice strategies that will help students with autism be successful in classrooms and communities. Our chapter sponsors a monthly teen social and a quarterly adult social as well as support and educational meetings. We offer a yearly Autism Resource Symposium and a yearly printed autism resource directory. The Autism Society of the Pikes Peak Region is a chapter of the national Autism Society of America.
Link: http://www.asappr.org
Autism Society of Boulder County
We raise autism awareness in Boulder and Broomfield Counties by supporting all Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) individuals and their families and professionals. We also provide information on all topics related to autism, educational support, autism research and legislation.
Link: http://www.autismboulder.org
Autism Society of Colorado
Promotes the quality of life for people with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Link: http://www.autismcolorado.org
Autism Society of Larimer County
Serves as a resource for individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorder by providing information, advocacy, public awareness activities and promoting the development of services and resources throughout Larimer County .
Link: http://www.autismlarimer.org
Brain Injury Association of America
Provides information, education and support to assist the 3.17 million Americans currently living with traumatic brain injury and their families.
Link: http://www.biausa.org
Brain Injury Association of Colorado
The Brain Injury Association of Colorado is the ONLY statewide non-profit exclusively dedicated to brain injury. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with brain injuries and their families and support programs to prevent brain injuries.
Link: http://www.biacolorado.org
Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs
To provide financial, emotional and community support to individuals with cerebral palsy and their families. To ensure idividuals with cerebral palsy are provided equal opportunities and access to an array of services. To promote independance, social awareness and inclusion in community life. To educate the public regarding all aspects of cerebral palsy. Email: cpacs@msn.com
Link: http://www.cpappr.org
Phone: 719 638-0808
Cerebral Palsy of Colorado
We create, support, and encourage inclusive opportunities for Coloradoans of all abilities and their families, through early intervention, education, employment, statewide training, information and referral, advocacy, public education services and collaborative strategies with emphasis on diversity, dignity, quality of life and the advancement of human potential.
Link: http://www.cpco.org
Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation
The Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation (CABF) is a parent-led, not-for-profit, Web-based membership organization of families raising children diagnosed with, or at risk for, pediatric bipolar disorder.
Link: http://www.bpkids.org
Phone: 847-256-8525
Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)
Low-cost health insurance plan for children 18 years of age and under who do not qualify for Medicaid
Link: http://chpplus.org
Chromosome Deletion Outreach
With an extensive library of available up-to-date articles, detailed registry, newsletters, research opportunities, interaction with our medical advisory board, and a listserv that’s online 24 hours a day, CDO is able to provide support and information to families around the world.
Link: http://www.chromodisorder.org/CDO
Colorado Association of the Deaf
The Colorado Association of the Deaf (CAD) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protect the rights of the deaf individuals and their families to accessible services; to empower deaf individuals to exercise self-determination and independence; to advocate for equal opportunities in social, educational, and employment opportunities in the State of Colorado.
Link: http://www.cadeaf.org
Colorado Center for the Blind
provided innovative teaching techniques and philosophy that continues to have far-reaching effects on the lives of blind people, taking them to new heights of independence. Sponsored by the National Federation of the Blind (NFB), the Colorado Center's training techniques and teaching methods are based on the positive philosophy of the NFB which states that, "with proper training and opportunity, blind people can compete on terms of equality with their sighted peers".
Link: http://www.cocenter.org
Colorado Citizens for Accountability
Provides patient safety information and referral, advocacy training for those who have family members in the hospital, and support for families/individuals dealing with legal issues in the medical system.
Link: http://www.coloradocitizensforaccountability.org
Phone: 303-691-9339 ext: 1126
Colorado Client Assistance Program
The Legal Center, through our Client Assistance Program (CAP) and Protection and Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS), can help persons who are having difficulty obtaining services from the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Federal law requires the Division of Rehabilitation (DVR) to provide services that are needed to help individuals with disabilities obtain vocational goals and become employed.
Link: http://www.thelegalcenter.org/index.php?s=55
Phone: 800-288-1376 v/tty
Colorado Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
CCDHH has a mandate from the General Assembly of Colorado to help governmental agencies, private agencies and other entities become more efficient in terms of providing services to deaf and hard of hearing constituents across the Rocky Mountain state.
Link: http:///www.coloradodeafcommission.com
Phone: 303-866-4734 303-866-4824 (TTY) (voice)
Colorado Community Health Network
Provides health care to low-income Coloradans
Link: http://www.cchn.org
Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition
CCDC promotes social justice and create systems change that will benefit people with all types of disabilities by any means necessary. Provides information and assistance on disability rights issues for youth and adults. Advances legislation and public policy impacting the disability community.
Link: http://www.ccdconline.org
Phone: 303-839-1775
Colorado Department of Education - Exceptional Student Leadership Unit
This site is a resource to teachers, administrators, and parents of students with exceptional educational needs due to disability, giftedness, unique talents, or English language learners who also have special needs.
Link: http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdesped/index.asp
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
Provides the Colorado Medical Assistance Program (Medicaid).
Link: http://www.colorado.gov/hcpf
Colorado Division of Insurance
Information on private long-term care insurance. Non Medicaid complaints regarding an HMO. Non Medicaid complaints regarding an insurance company
Link: http://www.dora.state.co.us/Insurance/
Colorado Families for Hands & Voices
Colorado Families for Hands & Voices is dedicated to supporting families with children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing without a bias around communication modes or methodology. We’re a parent-driven, non-profit organization providing families with the resources, networks, and information they need to improve communication access and educational outcomes for their children. Our outreach activities, parent/professional collaboration, and advocacy efforts are focused on enabling Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children to reach their highest potential.
Link: http://www.cohandsandvoices.org
Phone: 303-492-6283
Colorado Families for Hands and Voices
Colorado Families for Hands & Voices is dedicated to supporting families with children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing without a bias around communication modes or methodology. We’re a parent-driven, non-profit organization providing families with the resources, networks, and information they need to improve communication access and educational outcomes for their children. Our outreach activities, parent/professional collaboration, and advocacy efforts are focused on enabling Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children to reach their highest potential.
Link: http://www.cohandsandvoices.org
Phone: 303-492-6283
Colorado Indigent Care Program
The CICP provides discounted health care services to low income individuals at participating providers. Provides financial assistance for hospital or clinical services to lowincome uninsured Coloradans who are not eligible for Medicaid
Link: http://www.colorado.gov/hcpf
Colorado National Guard
We are a point of contact to help with getting benefits to service members and families. We also advocate if service members are having problems with Tricare and VA. To Access services contact the Transition Assistant Advisory for Colorado, Colorado National Guard. We serve all military personnel including all services, retired, veterans, active and family members. There are no service requirements to seek services.
Link: http://www.taapmo.com
Phone: 720-250-1173
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) is a state-funded school within the Colorado Department of Education. The school was established for the purpose of providing comprehensive educational services for children, birth to age 21, who are blind/low vision and/or deaf/hard of hearing. Services are provided directly to students enrolled at the school, and outreach programs serve students, staff, and families in communities throughout Colorado.
Link: http://www.csdb.org
Phone: 719-578-2100
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) is a state-funded school within the Colorado Department of Education. The school was established for the purpose of providing comprehensive educational services for children, birth to age 21, who are blind/low vision and/or deaf/hard of hearing. Services are provided directly to students enrolled at the school, and outreach programs serve students, staff, and families in communities throughout Colorado.
Link: http://www.csdb.org
Phone: 719-578-2100
Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association
CSDSA is a volunteer group of families with children who have Down syndrome, as well as people interested in helping us in our endeavor to inform and remain updated on Down syndrome. We are a non-profit organization, established as a family interaction group. We come together to exchange ideas and stories. We all give a great deal, and we all get a great amount of information from each other in areas of child development, the future and the family. We also offer the following * Meetings feature speakers and discussion on a variety of topics related to Down syndrome. * Social gatherings are held throughout the year. We also have a "teen group" that organizes events throughout the year. * Upon request from the family, a CSDSA parent will visit in the home, in the hospital, or by telephone. We provide support and share experiences and information. * CSDSA publishes a newsletter, "Hand in Hand", filled with information on meetings, news, stories, medical updates and educational issues. * We provide "New Parent Packets" with up-to-date information on Down syndrome. * We provide scholarships to families for educational, recreational and medical purposes. Email: info@csdsa.org
Link: http://www.csdsa.org
Phone: 719-633-1133
Colorado Springs Veterans Center
We provide counseling for post-combat readjustment, military sexual trauma, bereavement, couple and marital counseling and family counseling. We serve veterans who have served in support combat operations, veterans who have suffered sexual trauma and family members of those killed on active duty (death does not have to be a result of combat). You must have served in the Global War on Terror (GWOT) sometime between 2001 - present and sustained a traumatic brain injury (does not need to be combat related) and be stationed or live within the State of Colorado and complete an application for services. Services can be accessed at 602 Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO
Link: http://
Phone: 719-471-9992
Colorado Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program
The Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program (TEDP) makes telecommunications equipment and accessories available to qualified deaf and hard of hearing citizens in the state of Colorado. The equipment includes: amplified telephones, CapTels, speaker telephones, TTYs, video-phones and specialized telephone equipment for deaf-blind citizens. The Commission will update the telecommunications equipment available on a yearly basis.
Link: http://www.coloradodeafcommission.com/tedp/tedp.aspx
Phone: 303-866-2098 (TTY) 303-866-2097 (voice)
Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (CDASS)
Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (CDASS) is a Medicaid benefit under the Home and Community Based Servcies—Elderly, Blind, and Disabled (HCBS-EBD) and Persons living with Mental Illness (MI) waivers that allow clients to manage their attendant services. CDASS
Link: www.chcpf.state.co.us/HCPF/cdas/ cdasindex.asp
Coverage for people who cannot obtain health insurance because of preexisting conditions
Link: https://www.covercolorado.org/
Deaf Linx
Provides a list of deaf resources from American Sign Language to medical and health resources.
Link: http://www.deaflinx.com/resources/resources-for-deaf.html
Denver Commission for People with Disabilities (DCPD)
he mission of the Denver Commission for People with Disabilities is to promote and enhance equality for people with disabilities through empowerment, advocacy and education by working with community members, and City and County of Denver officials and employees who have the ability to affect change.
Link: http:///www.denvergov.org/CommissionforPeoplewithDisabilities/tabid/432266/Default.aspx
Phone: (720) 913-8485
Denver Office of Disability Rights
he Denver Office of Disability Rights (DODR) is an integral part/division of the Agency for Human Rights & Community Relations. One of the primary purposes of the DODR is to coordinate and spearhead the City of Denver’s efforts to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our role is to ensure that all City services and programs are accessible to people with disabilities. The DODR also provides informal guidance and resources as it relates to accessibility and ADA to the private sector.
Link: http://www.denvergov.org/Default.aspx?alias=www.denvergov.org/Disabilities
Phone: 720-913-8480
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is the leading patient-directed national organization focusing on the most prevalent mental illnesses. The organization fosters an environment of understanding about the impact and management of these life-threatening illnesses by providing up-to-date, scientifically based tools and information written in language the general public can understand. DBSA supports research to promote more timely diagnosis, develop more effective and tolerable treatments, and discover a cure. The organization works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably.
Link: http://www.dbsalliance.org
Phone: 800-826-3632
Division of Administrative Hearings
Workman's Compensation and Medicaid Appeals
Link: http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/oac/
DOVE (Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Women and Children)
DOVE is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafended, and Deaf-Blind victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. DOVE's purpose is to provide free services and education to Deaf victims, victim service providers and the general public.
Link: http://www.deafdove.org
Phone: 303-831-7932 (TTY/Voice)
Early Intervention Colorado
Connects families with early intervention services to help infants and toddlers under age three grow and develop, and to help their families in the process.
Link: http://eicolorado.org/
Phone: 888-777-4041
Easter Seals Colorado
Provides respite weekend programs, summer camp, warm water therapy and aquatic programs,employment services/support, transition trainings, and transportation assessments.
Link: http://www.co.easterseals.com
Phone: 303-233-1666
El Grupo VIDA
Provides information, referrals and support groups for Spanish speaking parents.
Link: http://www.elgrupovida.org
Phone: 303-904-6073
Empower Colorado
EMPOWER COLORADO is an organization run by families; we offer support, education, advocacy and resources to families with children and youth who have social, emotional or mental health challenges.
Link: http://www.empowercolorado.com
Phone: 866-213-4631
Epilepsy Foundation
The organization works to ensure that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences; to improve how people with epilepsy are perceived, accepted and valued in society; and to promote research for a cure. In addition to programs conducted at the national level, epilepsy clients throughout the United States are served by more than 50 Epilepsy Foundation affiliates around the country.
Link: http://www.epilepsyfoundation.org
Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado
The mission of the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado (EFCO) is to prevent, control and cure epilepsy and to ensure people with seizure disorders are able to participate in all life experiences. Our goals are to improve the quality of life for people with epilepsy, eliminate the stigma associated with the disorder through awareness and education and prevent the onset of epilepsy.
Link: http://www.epilepsycolorado.org
Evans Army Community Hospital, Warrior Recovery Center
We provide multi-disciplinary care to patients with concussions. Patients are referred from the Soldier Readiness Center (SRC) for initial evaluation and then to the Worrior Recovery Center (WRC) for further care and rehabilitation services for treatment of concussions. We currently serve active duty with a plan to open to all beneficiaries in the near future. Patients must have been seen and diagnosed with a concussion by a provider at the SRC site.
Link: http://
Family Tree, Adams County Military Family Assistance Program
We provide assistance to military families in Adams County, referrals, resources and financial assistance as needed. It is a three month program. We currently serve active duty and veteran families with children living in Adams County. Must be active duty or veteran with children living in Adams County.
Link: http://
Phone: 303- 412-7855 ext. 20
Family Voices Colorado
Family Voices Colorado is a chapter of the national, grassroots organization composed of families and friends who care for and about our children with special health care needs. The primary goal of the organization is to ensure that our children's health is addressed amidst change in public and private health care systems. Family Voices Colorado provides: Information and Referral, Advocacy Support Information, Private Health Insurance Advocacy, Training, and Systems Change/Policy Work.
Link: http://www.familyvoicesco.org
Goodwill Industiries of Denver/Deaf Services Program
Goodwill is the only vocational services program for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in Colorado. Program participants are engaged in work activity programs through our Community Employment Program. In addition to being deaf or hard of hearing, these individuals may have the other types of physical or cognitive disabilities. Individuals in this CARF accredited program are learning to communicate with American Sign Language (ASL).
Link: http://www.goodwilldenver.org/work-options
Phone: 866-759-3661
Assists Medicaid clients in finding a Primary Care Physician or choosing a HMO. Assist Medicaid clients in disenrolling from a HMO
Link: http://www.healthcolorado.net/
Help Kids Hear
Help Kids Hear was founded by parents of hard of hearing kids and is dedicated to helping other parents find the information and resources they need in dealing with a deaf / hard of hearing (DHH) child.
Link: http://www.helpkidshear.org
Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program (ISOP)
The Infantile Scoliosis Outreach Program (ISOP) is pivotal in connecting families of children with progressive infantile scoliosis to resources and information needed to make the best choices possible in the care of their child.
Link: http://www.infantilescoliosis.org
Phone: 866-417-4873
International Dyslexia Association
provides a forum where parents, educators, individuals with dyslexia and researchers share their knowledge about a disorder that affects up to 20 percent of the U.S. population. The IDA-RMB provides workshops and resources to increase public awareness of dyslexia.
Link: http://www.interdys.org
International Hearing Dog, Inc.
International Hearing Dog’s (IHDI) mission is, “to train dogs to assist persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, with and without multiple disabilities, at no cost to the recipient.”
Link: http://www.ihdi.org
Phone: 303.287.3277
LD Online
LD OnLine seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD. The site features hundreds of helpful articles, multimedia, monthly columns by noted experts, first person essays, children’s writing and artwork, a comprehensive resource guide, very active forums, and a Yellow Pages referral directory of professionals, schools, and products.
Link: http://www.ldonline.org
Learning Disability Association of Colorado
LDAC participates in lobbying legislators and school board members on behalf of learning disabled individuals. LDAC also collects current research on the subject of learning disabilities, distributes updated information on remediation practices, publishes a quarterly newsletter, and maintains a lending library. Finally, LDAC attends staffings and presents workshops and conferences throughout Colorado to provide parents and teachers with the most up-to-date information on learning disability issues.
Link: http://ldacolorado.com
Learning RX Colorado Springs North
We "Train the Brain" providing intense cognitive training to improve memory, processing speed, logic and reasoning and other skills which may be impacted by a Traumatic Brain Injury. We serve all those who need improvement in their cognitive skills - memory deficits, attention problems, reading challenges, logic and reasoning and processing speed deficits. No requirements except that a TBI case manager refer to Learning RX through Tricare coverage must come through a caseworkers referral. Civilians may self refer.
Link: http://
Phone: 719-550-8263
Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older Persons
he Legal Center protects and promotes the rights of people with disabilities and older people in Colorado through direct legal representation, advocacy, education and legislative analysis.
Link: http://www.thelegalcenter.org
Phone: 800-288-1376
M.A.S.K. - Mother's of Asperger's Syndrome Kids
We are a support system for parents of children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders. This includes but is not limited to the following: Asperger's Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, or Pervasive Development Disorder - Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS).
Link: http://home.comcast.net/~mask-co
Mental Health America of Colorado
We create opportunities for all Coloradoans to achieve mental wellness. Our programs educate people about mental health conditions, provide outreach to people in need and advocate for improved health care in our state. We exist as a community resource for people seeking information about mental health and as a team player as we collaborate with others to improve health care in Colorado. * Provide advocacy at the national level for the rights of children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges and their families * Provide leadership and technical assistance to a nation-wide network of family run organizations * Collaborate with family run and other child serving organizations to transform mental health care in Colorado.
Link: http://www.mhacolorado.org
Phone: 800-456-3249
Mental Health Center. of Denver / Deaf Counselinf Services
We are the community mental health center for Denver County. The Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD) in not a City or state agency. We are a private charitable organization. The State of Colorado contracts with us to serve people in this community who have serious mental illness, our consumers.
Link: http://www.mhcd.org
Phone: TTY 303.322.6190
Mile High Down Syndrome Association
The mission of Mile High Down Syndrome Association is to assure inclusion and enhance independence of people with Down syndrome. We will achieve this by providing education, resources and support in partnership with individuals, families, professionals, and the community.
Link: http://www.mhdsa.org
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Colorado
NAMI Colorado provides advocacy, education and support for individuals of all ages and families impacted by serious and persistent mental illness, including psychotic disorders, major mood disorders and major anxiety disorders, as well as those with co-occurring disorders.
Link: http://www.namicolorado.org
Phone: 888-566-6264
National Center for Learning Disabilities
NCLD provides essential information to parents, professionals and individuals with learning disabilities, promotes research and programs to foster effective learning, and advocates for policies to protect and strengthen educational rights and opportunities.
Link: http://www.ncld.org
National Down Syndrome Congress
Provides information, resources, support, and education, as well as teaching advocacy and networking opportunities.
Link: http://www.ndsccenter.org
National Federation of the Blind of Colorado
Improves blind people’s lives through advocacy, education, research, technology, and programs encouraging independence and self-confidence.
Link: http://www.nfbco.org
Phone: 800-401-4632
National Fragile X Foundation
unites the Fragile X community to Enrich lives through educational and emotional support, Promote public and professional awareness, and Advance research toward improved treatments and a cure for Fragile X.
Link: http://www.fragilex.org/html/home.shtml
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
NOFAS educates the public, practitioners and policymakers about alcohol use during pregnancy and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) the leading known preventable cause of mental retardation and birth defects, and a leading known cause of learning disabilities in children and adults.
Link: http://www.nofas.org
NOFAS Colorado
Provides a forum for collaboration of agencies and families and a unified voice for prenatal alcohol and drug exposure education, prevention, identification and intervention.
Link: http://www.nofascolorado.org
Online Asperger Syndrome Information & Support - O.A.S.I.S.
Provides information to families of children diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and related disorders, educators who teach children with AS, professionals working with individuals diagnosed with AS, and individuals with AS who are seeking support.
Link: http://www.udel.edu/bkirby/asperger/
Parents Encouraging Parents
Brings together parents and professionals for education on supporting your child in school and community.
Link: http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdesped/PEP.asp
Phone: 303-866-6846
Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
PACE is an innovative system of care that provides services in the seniors' homes, including assisted living facilities. Health care and rehabilitation services are provided in the centralized Adult Day/Health Centers.
Link: http://www.totallongtermcare.org/what/faqs.html
Relay Colorado
Relay Colorado allows hearing individuals to phone people with a hearing loss or a people with speech disability–and the other way around. We provide free, anytime access to a world of personalized relay choices. Call anyone you want, whenever you like, in the way that’s best for both parties. And, rest assured, relay calls are completely confidential and no records of any conversations are maintained. Relay Colorado is a free service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (Long distance or toll calls placed through relay are billed by your long distance carrier.)?
Link: http://www.relaycolorado.com
Phone: 720-221-2939?
Rocky Mountain Branch of International Dyslexia Association
Provides a forum where parents, educators, individuals with dyslexia and researchers share their knowledge about a disorder that affects up to 20 percent of the U.S. population. The IDA-RMB provides workshops and resources to increase public awareness of dyslexia.
Link: http://www.dyslexia-rmbida.org
Rocky Mountain Deaf News
Our vision of this project is to deliver video online news related to the deaf community in American Sign Language (ASL). Each video clip will be shown on every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Link: http://www.rmdeafnews.com
Phone: TTY: 303.984.5741 Phone: 303.984.5749 Voice
Rocky Mountain Deaf School
As a high performing, innovative educational program for students who are deaf, we are deeply committed to providing a rigorous, standards-based curriculum. We prepare each deaf student to be literate, academically successful, and technologically competent. We provide a linguistically rich learning environment through the acquisition of American Sign Language and English both inside and outside the classroom.
Link: http://www.rmdeafschool.net
Phone: 303-984-5749
Self Advocacy for Independent Living (SAIL Program)
We provide education and resources to people with brain injuries and their families in order to empower them to advocate for themselves. The program offers a self-advocacy workbook as well as free education workshops throughout Colorado. To access the SAIL Program call the Brain Injury Association. The program is available to individuals with brain injuries and their families.
Link: http://www.biacolorado.org
Phone: 800-955-2443
Senior Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP)
Trained counselors offer information, counseling and assistance to people with Medicare on a wide range of Medicare and Medicaid, and Medigap matters, including, Medicare+Choice health plan options, long-term care insurance, claims and billing problem resolution, information and referral on public benefit programs for those with limited income and assets, and other health insurance benefit information.
Link: http://www.dora.state.co.us/insurance/senior/senior.htm
Phone: 303-899-5151 (Metropolitan Denver Area Calls Only) 800-544-9181 (Other In-State Calls) 888-696-7213 (Out-of-State Calls)
Sign Language Network, Inc.
Sign Language Network Inc. (SLN) is an RID certified interpreter owned interpreting referral company. We provide interpreting, transliterating, oral, and deaf/blind interpreting in the areas of social services, computer & technical, medical, mental health, theatrical & performing arts, educational (all levels K-12 and post-secondary), judicial, government agencies, religious, private business, conventions, job interviews, training and more.
Link: http://www.signlanguagenetwork.com
Phone: (719) 599-4517 V/TTY
Spina Bifida Association of Colorado
The SBACO was primarily formed as a support group for Colorado parents, family, and friends of children with Spina Bifida. Over the years, our organization has grown and expanded to include many adults with Spina Bifida as well. Assistance and information is also provided to people from Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming when they come to The Children's Hospital of Denver for clinics and treatment.
Link: http://www.coloradospinabifida.org
Phone: 303-797-7870
The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People
The Legal Center works for systematic change in our goal to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and seniors: * We work with teachers, vocational rehabilitation specialists, mental health and developmental disability providers, nursing home staff, vocational rehabilitation specialists, housing providers and others to improve the lives of people with disabilities. * We provide direct legal representation informally and in courts and administrative hearings. * We protect rights in legislation and regulations.
Link: http:///www.thelegalcenter.org
The US Army Soldier Readiness Center/Department of Deployment Health
We evaluate soldiers for fitness for duty and screens all redeploying and in-processing soldiers for TBI. Services can be accessed by walking in or scheduling an appointment. Active duty military and mobilized reservists and National Guard are eligible. Individuals in need of pre-deployment evaluation (PDHA) or PDHRA) Assessment for Fitness for Duty evaluation, in- and out-processing.
Link: http://
Phone: 719-524-5568
The XXYY Project
Here, you will find resources for support, education and medical research and information on this rare genetic disorder.
Link: http://www.xxyysyndrome.org
Them Bones Veteran Community
We provide psycho-educational sessions (re: effects of deployment)for community leaders, veteran reintegration sessions (gender specific), healthy self-care groups for military wives/significant others, veteran training around panic attacks, 12 Step War Trauma Recovery Groups, individual therapy sessions for veterans/active duty who are incarcerated. Priority is given to OIF/OEF Combat/Operational Forces with focus on Nation Guard, Reserves and their spouses/significant others, Other Than Honorably Discharged, military women who have been deployed, any of this population who are incarcerated. The person needs to ready to begin or continue their journey of wisdom by learning and growing from their experience of war, duty and conflict.
Link: http://
Phone: 719-776-8410
Tourette Syndrome Association
TSA, is dedicated to education, service, and research to identify the cause of, find the cure for, and control the effects of Tourette Syndrome.
Link: http://www.tsa-usa.org
Phone: 718-224-2999
Tourette Syndrome Association Rocky Mountain Region
We provide education on tics and associated disorders (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, ADHD, and learning disabilities), support groups, advocacy in the school setting or the workplace, small or large group presentations, connections to national resources, a list of providers including psychiatrists and psychologists, and newsletters with the latest information.
Link: http://www.tsarmr.com
Phone: 720-212-7535
VA Visual Impairment Services Outpatient Rehabilitation Program (VISOR)
It is the goal of the VISOR team to provide high quality care to veterans with ongoing adjustment to vision loss. Veterans with visual impairment receive training in travel, communication, visual functioning and daily living skills. The VISOR team works collaboratively with the Visual Impairment Services Team Coordinator (VIST) and the Blind Rehabilitation Outpatient Specialist (BROS) to assess the Veterans needs and interests as well as determine goals to assist the Veteran in adjustment to vision loss.
Link: http://
Phone: 888-336-8262 ext. 6400
VA Visual Impairment Services Team (VIST)
The goal is to make sure veterans are offered services that can help the individual overcome the negative effects of blindness. Objective include: telling veterans and family about services and benefits available to them through the VA; to make sure they get the care and rehab they need; and to help the individual adjust to manage their vision loss. Must be a legally blind veteran.
Link: http://
Phone: Denver: 303-399-8020 ext. 3040 Grand Junction: 970-263-5080

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