Parents of children with disabilities try to provide the best possible help for their children that they can - often with little to no resources. PEAK Parent Center provides help through information, classes, support hotlines, and events to families each and every day to families throughout Colorado. Navigating medical, educational, and daily living support systems can be a daunting task for many families. PEAK Parent Center is a nonprofit that works every day to ensure that all children with disabilitiesRead more
November is here and if you follow us on social media or read our blog on a regular basis you know that we’ve been busy planning for our 33rd annual Conference on Inclusive Education. We are happy to announce that the registration link is open! Join PEAK as we gather for the ultimate experience in inclusive education! The 2019 conference “Within the Heart of Community Everybody Belongs” will be held February 14-15, at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel in Denver,Read more
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
The purpose of the Region D Parent Technical Assistance Project (Region D PTAC) is to provide technical assistance to Parent Centers, comprised of Parent Training and Information Centers (PTIs) and Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs), in a 10 state region (Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming). The Region D PTAC believes that Parent Centers help foster independence in families so they are empowered to participate and advocate for their children throughout their lives.