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PEAK Parent Center’s Response to COVID-19
PEAK Parent Center will keep safety and health a priority for our staff and community throughout the current global health situation. We will continue to provide information resources, trainings, and guidance to the families, individuals, youth, educators, and professionals we serve. Through at least March 27, 2020, the PEAK Parent Center office will be closed. No in-person activities will be conducted, and PEAK staff will conduct business remotely.
If you need to reach a PEAK Parent Advisor:
Call: 719-531-9400 between 9:00 am and 1:30 pm MDT, Monday through Friday. Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other business PEAK staff can be reached via email.
We will continue to provide information and resources on social media and our website.
About PEAK Parent Center
Welcome! PEAK Parent Center is a nonprofit that works every day to ensure that all people with disabilities are fully included in their neighborhood schools, communities, employment, and all walks of life.
A Parent Center founded in 1986, PEAK offers an array of free and low-cost services to families of children with disabilities and self-advocates across Colorado and beyond. Each year, PEAK directly reaches more than 45,000 families, youth with disabilities/self-advocates, and educators.
December 20, 2019
We’ve been busy these last few months creating all things conference.
December 17, 2019
Our staff at PEAK Parent Center have one thing on our minds this time of year: our Annual Confer
December 3, 2019
PEAK experiences many blessings as we work across the state of Colorado and beyond to ensure that children and adults with disabilities can live fully included lives in their schools, communities,
PEAK Featured Events
October is bullying prevention awareness month.
"Young children can learn how to do simple daily self-help activities—they just need to be taught what to do."
The U.S. Congress has mandated that the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) produce an annual report to help inform policymakers about the progress of education in the United States.