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Forward on the Path to Possibility: New Year’s Wishes

These last few weeks of December have given us time for brief pause and reflection at PEAK Parent Center. Looking back, another year of blessings has been laid on our path; our grants from the U.S. Department of Education were renewed, the newly formed Region D of the Parent Technical Assistance Center Project has expanded our work in assisting other Parent Centers, and we've helped over 2,000 Colorado families. Looking forward, a new year of continuing this important work isRead more
April 5, 2018 - 5:30pm to April 26, 2018 - 8:00pm

April 5 & 19, 2018

Rawlings library

Ryals Room on 4th floor

100 E. Abriendo Avenue

Pueblo, CO 81004

April 26, 2019

Center for Disabilities

901 W. 8th Street

Pueblo, CO 81003

Life Launch Transition Workshops

Join us during these three-session series for Youth with Disabilities and their Parents in Pueblo.

PEAK Parent Center is very grateful for the support we receive from our donors, the community, and you who are a part of the PEAK family. We are able to do the work we do because of your generosity, and we want to share with you some highlights of PEAK’s work from January to March 2016! PEAK is excited about the new work we are doing with youth and thought it would be a great area to focus on forRead more

Shift Transition Project

The purpose of the Shift Transition Project (Shift) is to serve youth with disabilities and their families to realize new transition possibilities! Shift provides resources, training, and support to families and to youth with disabilities on transition to college, post-secondary opportunities, how to plan for positive futures, and how to access supports and services after leaving school. Shift:

Parent Training and Information Center Project

The purpose of the Parent Training and Information (PTI) project is to provide Colorado parents, self-advocates, and family members with high quality information and training so that they can become lifelong advocates for their children and themselves. The PTI assists families and self-advocates to create change so that schools and communities are more responsive to the needs of all students.