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Shandy Clinic

The Shandy Clinic is a private outpatient therapy clinic serving patients in Aurora, Monument, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, Colorado. As a private therapy practice, the Shandy Clinic provides personalized, individual therapy in a friendly, family environment. They evaluate and treat the following areas: Adaptive Development Articulation / Language Autism Spectrum Balance Feeding Fine & Gross Motor Skills General Developmental Delays Handwriting Learning Disabilities Motor Planning Sensory Processing Stuttering Shandy Clinic is a sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference.  

ABCD

ABCD stands for Assuring Better Health & Child Development. ABCD educates, equips and partners with primary care, early childhood and community agencies who serve children to make it easier for Colorado families to access developmental screenings, referrals and support.  

Home Visitation Resource Guide

This Home Visitation Resource Guide was developed by the Southwest (SW) Denver Home Visitation Collaborative, which was established in Year 4 of the LAUNCH Together-SW Denver initiative. LAUNCH Together was designed to improve the social and emotional outcomes for young children (prenatal through age eight) and their families in Colorado. A priority for LAUNCH Together-SW Denver has been to improve social and emotional well-being for families by supporting the providers who serve them. The SW Denver Home Visitation Collaborative is an example of this approach in action!    

Program Directory for Families

This Program Directory for Families is pulled from the full Home Visitation Resource guide for easy reference and is easy to print/send as its own document. Includes early intervention resources, parenting classes, nurse home visiting services, and more.  

The Transition to Kindergarten: A Review of Current Research and Promising Practices to Involve Families

The brief begins with an overview of the concept of transition and its importance to school success. It then examines transition practices that focus on families, considering both practices and key players in implementation; it includes examples of promising transition practices that involve families. It concludes with the presentation of a framework for the development of school and program transition teams that value family involvement.  

From Kindergartner to Kindergartner: “What It’s Important to Know”

This charming 5 minute video features kindergarten students sharing "What it's important to know" about kindergarten. Great for showing to preschoolers getting ready to transition to kindergarten.  
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