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Camping with Disabilities

Colorado’s accessible outdoor options for individuals with specific needs.

Special Needs

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Leveling the Playing Field

Sports clinics inspire individuals with special needs to shoot, swing, throw, and get active.

Style for All Abilities

Meet Alexandra Connell, the Denver entrepreneur behind Patti + Ricky, an online store offering stylish clothing and accessories for people of all abilities.

Meet the McGarrity Family

Jeff and Sonia McGarrity are raising seven children, three with Down syndrome, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Creating Inclusive Experiences for All Children

Preparing children for lives where individuals with and without special needs can live, work, and excel together begins where so many things do, in positive social and educational environments. A number of Colorado schools and organizations are busting down barriers and discovering the benefits and challenges of inclusive experiences.

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A Father’s Inspired Journey

Arc Thrift Stores CEO Lloyd Lewis is creating opportunities for people with disabilities. For him, the connection is personal.

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Teaching Trades to Kids With Autism

High school students with autism can receive school credit in auto mechanics, carpentry, and computer science through TACT.

Camps to Help Kids Cope

Local families share their experiences at Colorado camps designed for their unique needs.

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Accessible Dreams

New legislation opens college doors to students with special needs.

Access to Natural Adventures

Our state is full of locations that are accessible for all. Here's where to go to enjoy all that Colorado has to offer.

Finding Rest

The importance of caring for yourself, so you can better care for your child.

Making Mealtime Easy-Peasy

Feeding mats from Colorado-based brand ezpz help stabilize mealtimes for kids with special needs.

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