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Welcome to PEAKParent

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.
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Colorado's IDEA Part B Application for FFY 2015

The Colorado Department of Education is making available for public review and comment the following proposed document: (1) The State of Colorado’s Part B Application for grant funding under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for federal fiscal year 2015. This document is available online at .

Hard copies of the proposed document may be requested by calling Kim Boylan at (303) 866-6690. Written comments will be accepted until 5:00 pm on Monday, May 4, 2015. Send written comments to Kim Boylan, Colorado Department of Education, Exceptional Student Services Unit, 1560 Broadway, Suite 1175, Denver, CO 80202-5149, by fax to (303) 866-6767, or by email to

SPEAKout Newsletter

The Winter 2014 SPEAKout eNewsletter is now available and includes information on:
  • Questioning Removal, Rejection and Exclusion by Paula Kluth, Guest Author and 2015 Conference on Inclusive Education Keynote Presenter!
  • Promoting Self-Determination: A Model for Training Elementary Students to Self-Advocate for IEP Accommodations from the Teaching Exceptional Children Magazine!
  • Ask A Parent Advisor: Locking the IEP?
  • A Tribute to Steve Taylor
  • Pregúntenle a un Padre Asesor: La Enseñanza de las Habilidades Funcionales Reales
  • Announcement of PEAK's Brand New Shift Project!
  • Inclusion, A Road Worth Taking: PEAK’s 2015 Conference on Inclusive Education!
View the full Winter 2014 edition

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The IEP:A Tool for Realizing Possibilities

A Toolkit Developed for PEAK Parent Center

This innovative new toolkit created by PEAK Parent Center, Inc. holds all of the resources you need to teach yourself and others how to have a successful IEP meeting.

The toolkit includes:
  • A training script
  • A power point presentation
  • Resource handouts
  • A Fast Flip booklet of key ideas
  • Communication Tip Cards
Introductory Special! $49.95

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