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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.  

BUILD Initiative

The BUILD Initiative works with early childhood leaders within states and nationally to better prepare young children to thrive and succeed. We support state leaders from both the private and public sectors as they work to set policy, offer services and advocate for children from birth to age five.  

Child Find

Every school district or Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) have professionals who are trained to evaluate children in a variety of areas, including cognitive functioning, physical functioning, hearing and vision, speech and language and social and emotional development. This service is referred to as Child Find. Evaluations are conducted by the Child Find team at no cost to parents.  

Children’s Advisory Network

Children's Advisory Network has been a Colorado non-profit since 1995 and is focused on providing high-quality speech and language services that meet children's needs to excel in life. They provide year round private in-home or in-school therapies, Safe Ears Screening Program in schools to catch any vision, hearing or speech issues that a child may have, hippotherapy and a summer Pony Camp. All services are provided with a qualified speech and language therapist with a flexible schedule. They accept all clients that have Medicaid, CHP+, some private insurances and private pay clients.  
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