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Collaboration

A Time to Reach Out, Build, and Connect

I sit here typing in my home office looking out the large windows to our back yard. It’s a patio that at some point was closed in. I hear my son speak into his school computer to two of his teachers via Zoom meeting. His voice echoes from his bedroom, down the hall, through my bedroom, and finally to me while I ponder all the problems we’re facing and glance out at the ponderosa pines dancing in the breeze. IRead more
*Editor's Note: PEAK Parent Center knows the way forward in these uncharted waters amid unprecedented school closures must include collaboration from everyone involved. Education is a community investment. We want each of your voices to be heard; your successes, your struggles, and all that lies between. Therefore, in the coming weeks we will feature tips, questions and answers, and more to provide a way for us to come together (while practicing social distancing) and work toward solutions that help eachRead more

Conference on Inclusive Education FAQ

We’ve been busy these last few months creating all things conference. Everyone at PEAK Parent Center is excited and proud to bring you the 34th Annual Conference on Inclusive Education , Discover the Possibilities. Whether you are a veteran attendee or plan to attend for the first time, PEAK’s Annual Conference on Inclusive Education is the premier event to connect you with all things inclusive education. This year’s line-up of keynoters features classic conference names like Jonathan Mooney , who’sRead more

It’s Back to School: Where’s PEAK this Fall?

While the days are long and hot, the beginning of the school year is just around the corner! As exciting as the beginning of the year is, it can also be stressful for both parents and children. Whether you need planning or advocacy advice for transitions, tips and tricks for behavior, or information about IEPs, PEAK is here to help! From planning for smooth transitions between grades or schools to navigating the IEP, PEAK is offering a handful of FREERead more

Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in a Nutshell

So your child has been identified as having a disability. Perhaps you’ve had some concerns about their development and requested an evaluation for special education services. Perhaps your child is transitioning from Part C services (birth-3 years) to Part B (children ages 3-21). In any case, an evaluation has been done to show that your child qualifies for an IEP. Now what? Congratulations! You are now part of your child’s IEP team - and you are the most important memberRead more
May 10, 2018 -
5:30pm to 8:00pm

Arc of Pueblo

2705 Vinewood Lane

Pueblo, CO 81005

Join PEAK Parent Center during this three-part series of trainings for families and educators that focus on Improving Individualized Education Pla

March 15, 2018 -
5:30pm to 8:00pm

Rawlings Library

100 E Abriedo Avenue

Pueblo, CO 81004

Join PEAK Parent Center during these three-part series of trainings that will help EVERY IEP team member resolve conflicts to improve outcomes for

May 25, 2017 - 12:00pm

Online Webinar

Join PEAK Parent Center during this three-part series of webinars for families and educators that focus on Improving Individualized Education Plan

May 23, 2017 - 12:00pm

Online Webinar

Join PEAK Parent Center during this three-part series of webinars for families and educators that focus on Improving Individualized Education Plan

May 16, 2017 - 12:00pm

Online Webinar

Join PEAK Parent Center during this three-part series of webinars for families and educators that focus on Improving Individualized Education Plan

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