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Where’s PEAK?: A Look at PEAK Activities & Events

Where’s PEAK?: A Look at PEAK Activities & Events

With the autumnal equinox just days away signs of fall are everywhere in Colorado.  You might be thinking about the optimal time to plan an afternoon drive or picnic to see the Aspen leaves make their transition from green to yellow to brilliant shades of orange and red. In the morning you may have your heater on as you commute to work or drop the kids off at school.  In the afternoon you switch over to the AC; Colorado fall brings drastic variations!

That also means that the transition from summer to the school routine is settling in and you may need some support or direction.  Parents, educators and self-advocates have no fear. PEAK Parent Center has your back! From direct support from one of our trained parent advisors, to workshops across the state, to webinars on numerous topics (all FREE services PEAK provides) you are sure to find what you need. Here’s a summary of where we’ll be for the remainder of the month:


Thursday, September 20th

* Fall Transition Webinar Series-Navigating Systems: Social Security Benefits, Webinar 2

Presented by Kelley Land from the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community.  Join us during your lunch hour and learn what you need to know in navigating Social Security benefits.  Space is limited please register at:


Tuesday, September 25th

* Voting Rights & Responsibilities for People with Disabilities, Grand Junction

See above description and register below:


Thursday September 27th

* The IEP: A Tool for Realizing Possibilities, Aurora

This workshop explains how to prepare for an IEP meeting, what needs to be in the IEP, and what a good IEP looks like.  Click here for more information or to register:


Friday September 28th

* Care for the Caregiver: Parents Night Out, PEAK Parent Center

PEAK Parent Center, Colorado Springs Food Rescue, and PASCO will lead youth in hands-on activities from using a human powered bike to create delicious smoothies, to getting their hands dirty learning how worms turn left-over into healthy soil, to learning about democracy through the power of voting. For youth 14-26 experiencing a disability.  Please email to RSVP or for more information.