Nov
15
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

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Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

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Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

ACL Board of Directors Meeting

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This month's Board meeting is taking place in a different location than usual. Please contact Ailsa Wonnacott for location details.

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, our meeting is occurring one week early this month on November 15th.

Additionally, our Annual Meeting on December 12th will take the place of December’s Board Meeting. The usual meeting schedule will resume in January.


ACL Board of Directors meetings are open to the public and are generally held on the 4th Thursday of the month. Please check our calendar monthly for potential schedule/location changes.

To learn more, see “Our Board” tab or click below.

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Nov
19
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

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Nov
26
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

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Dec
1
1:00 PM13:00

The Gentle Nutcracker

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Instrument Demonstration in the lobby at 12:15 PM 
Auditorium doors open at 12:30 PM

On December 1, the Longmont Symphony Orchestra and the Boulder Ballet will present a sensory-friendly abridged version of Tchaikovsky’s beloved Nutcracker Ballet for individuals with special needs and their families.

Sensory-Friendly Concert Accommodations include:

  • House lights will remain at 35%

  • Professional support will be easily accessible for any questions or problems

  • Involuntary movements & noises are welcome

  • Designated quiet area

  • EMT onsite for emergencies

Tickets $10
Limited to 500 attendees

More info at www.longmontsymphony.org or call 303.772.5796

The Gentle Nutcracker performance is generously sponsored by:

High Plains Bank
Association for Community Living (ACL)
Welzig Heating and Air

English flyer here

Spanish flyer here

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Dec
1
1:00 PM13:00

Hero's Journey Workshop

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An afternoon writing workshop for parents who have/had children with challenges (disabilities, medical issues, adoption, solo parent, addiction, etc)

Please note: Preregistration is required.

This workshop is part of an ACL ReWriting Our Worlds Writing Project. We currently have a monthly writing group with writers of all levels some working on book-length projects. We are parents literally rewriting the narrative of raising a child with a disability or other challenges. Ultimately, our stories are about us.

Participating in this workshop is required to participate in the monthly writing group.

ReWriting Our Worlds is organized around mythologist Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey. The Hero/Heroine answers the call to the journey, is tested and challenged as she/he sees the allies, obstacles, men-tors and gifts of the journey and then has to find a way to integrate the adventure into their daily lives. We are already all on this road, this class will give us the language and format to make better sense of it as we deepen our understanding of our personal story.

No writing experience is required. Our writing sessions are guided by readings and writing prompts. Please bring a laptop or notebook along with a water bottle.

Registration: Anna Stewart - 303.527.0888 - anna@motherhands.com

Facilitated by Anna Stewart. Anna is the mother of three young adults- all with unique needs including cognitive disabilities, medical and mental health issues. Anna is also the author of over 400 articles, essays and reviews in a wide range of publications and book anthologies. She is the author of Mother Blessings: Honoring Women Becoming Mothers and School Support for Students with AD/HD: Getting a Good IEP, 504 or RtI Plan. She has taught non-fiction adult writing classes and has worked as an editor and columnist for many years.

View flyer here

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Dec
3
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Dec
6
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna — astewart@aclboulder.org — 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Dec
9
1:00 PM13:00

ReWriting Our Worlds

  • Association for Community Living (ACL) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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A monthly writing group for parents of children/adults with unique needs

Note: This group requires a prerequisite, Hero’s Journey workshop.

With assistance from the Hero’s Journey via Joseph Campbell, we free-write from prompts each month as we own our life story. We rewrite to understand our individual narrative as well as the elements that come from our cultures and communities. All levels of writers are welcome.

Interested writers are welcome after they have joined the half day Hero’s Journey workshop. Please contact Anna if you are interested. Hero’s Journey workshops are scheduled as needed.

Anna Stewart - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, a parent, author and writer. Anna has published over 500 articles, columns and essays in books, newspapers and online mediums. She’s also taught writing at various organizations and is honored to work with parents who have children with disabilities as we rewrite our stories.

View flyer here

View Event →
Dec
10
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

rawpixel-1061392-unsplash.jpg

Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Dec
17
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

rawpixel-1061392-unsplash.jpg

Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Dec
20
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

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Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Jan
3
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
nathan-anderson-99010-unsplash.jpg

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend,please contact:

Anna - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Jan
13
1:00 PM13:00

ReWriting Our Worlds

  • Association for Community Living (ACL) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
alexis-brown-82988-unsplash.jpg

A monthly writing group for parents of children/adults with unique needs

Note: This group requires a prerequisite, Hero’s Journey workshop.

With assistance from the Hero’s Journey via Joseph Campbell, we free-write from prompts each month as we own our life story. We rewrite to understand our individual narrative as well as the elements that come from our cultures and communities. All levels of writers are welcome.

Interested writers are welcome after they have joined the half day Hero’s Journey workshop. Please contact Anna if you are interested. Hero’s Journey workshops are scheduled as needed.

Anna Stewart - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, a parent, author and writer. Anna has published over 500 articles, columns and essays in books, newspapers and online mediums. She’s also taught writing at various organizations and is honored to work with parents who have children with disabilities as we rewrite our stories.

View flyer here

View Event →
Jan
17
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

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Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
nathan-anderson-99010-unsplash.jpg

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna — astewart@aclboulder.org — 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Feb
10
1:00 PM13:00

ReWriting Our Worlds

  • Association for Community Living (ACL) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
alexis-brown-82988-unsplash.jpg

A monthly writing group for parents of children/adults with unique needs

Note: This group requires a prerequisite, Hero’s Journey workshop.

With assistance from the Hero’s Journey via Joseph Campbell, we free-write from prompts each month as we own our life story. We rewrite to understand our individual narrative as well as the elements that come from our cultures and communities. All levels of writers are welcome.

Interested writers are welcome after they have joined the half day Hero’s Journey workshop. Please contact Anna if you are interested. Hero’s Journey workshops are scheduled as needed.

Anna Stewart - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, a parent, author and writer. Anna has published over 500 articles, columns and essays in books, newspapers and online mediums. She’s also taught writing at various organizations and is honored to work with parents who have children with disabilities as we rewrite our stories.

View flyer here

View Event →
Feb
21
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

color+SABE.png

Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Mar
7
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
nathan-anderson-99010-unsplash.jpg

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna — astewart@aclboulder.org — 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Mar
18
5:30 PM17:30

Volunteer for Beyond Limits

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Volunteer to be a “coach” for Beyond Limits, a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays (there is some scheduling flexibility) from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As a coach, you will be paired up with a runner/walker/jog-walker to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there is always someone nearby to ask questions.

For more information on this opportunity to get involved, contact Sherri at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

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Mar
18
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

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Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail

For more information, contact Sherri at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

View Event →
Mar
20
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Mar
21
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

color+SABE.png

Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Mar
25
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Mar
27
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
1
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
3
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
4
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
nathan-anderson-99010-unsplash.jpg

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna — astewart@aclboulder.org — 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Apr
8
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
10
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
15
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
17
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
Apr
18
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

color+SABE.png

Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Apr
22
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

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Apr
24
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

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Apr
29
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

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May
1
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

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May
2
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna — astewart@aclboulder.org — 303.527.0888

View flyer here

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May
6
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
May
8
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
May
13
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
May
15
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

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May
16
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for our-selves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contri-butions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive im-pact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

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May
20
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
May
22
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →
May
27
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond Limits Race Day!

This is an ongoing group that requires participation from the beginning and throughout the training program. If you’d like information for next year, please contact Sherri Brown at brownsh@bouldercolorado.gov 

Beyond Limits is a BolderBoulder training program for Boulder County residents with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

The group meets Mondays and Wednesdays from late March until the big race on Memorial Day!

Walkers, joggers, runners welcome!

As an athlete, you will be paired up with a coach to train for the BolderBoulder. You will work with the same person throughout the training period; which helps you get to know each other and helps establish good pacing and motivational skills. The group trains together as a team, so there’s a lot of fun out there on the trail!

View Event →

Nov
12
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

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Nov
11
1:00 PM13:00

ReWriting Our Worlds

  • Association for Community Living (ACL) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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A monthly writing group for parents of children/adults with unique needs

Note: This group requires a prerequisite, Hero’s Journey workshop.

With assistance from the Hero’s Journey via Joseph Campbell, we free-write from prompts each month as we own our life story. We rewrite to understand our individual narrative as well as the elements that come from our cultures and communities. All levels of writers are welcome.

Interested writers are welcome after they have joined the half day Hero’s Journey workshop. Please contact Anna if you are interested. Hero’s Journey workshops are scheduled as needed.

Anna Stewart - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, a parent, author and writer. Anna has published over 500 articles, columns and essays in books, newspapers and online mediums. She’s also taught writing at various organizations and is honored to work with parents who have children with disabilities as we rewrite our stories.

View flyer here

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Nov
8
6:45 PM18:45

Training: Gentle Nutcracker Volunteers

  • Skyline High School - Vance Brand Civic Auditorium (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Volunteers needed for our performance on Saturday, December 1st, 12:00pm - 2:00pm

AND

Required volunteer training on Thursday, November 8th, 6:45pm - 8:45pm

On December 1, the Longmont Symphony Orchestra and the Boulder Ballet will present a sensory-friendly abridged version of Tchaikovsky’s beloved Nutcracker Ballet for individuals with special needs and their families.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Volunteer activities include:

  • Greeting and directions

  • Help with instrument demonstrations

  • Help with seating

  • Support for quiet area

  • Assist families in getting around the venue

Please RSVP to Pauline Soderholm at paulinesoderholm569@gmail.com

View flyer here

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Nov
5
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

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Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison.

If you would like to attend, please contact:

Anna - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

View flyer here

View Event →
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Oct
22
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

rawpixel-1061392-unsplash.jpg

Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

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Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Training: Moving to End Sexual Assault

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Fall session of the tri-annual training collaboration with the ACL and Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) volunteers. ACL’s trainer attends MESA’s volunteer training to share information on:

83%: The Intersection of Disability and Sexual Violence

Those at the ‘Intersection’ are three times more likely to experience sexual violence in their lives. However, the overwhelming majority of services for survivors of sexual assault do not have the supports in place to meet the needs of people with disabilities. This training will stimulate thought about the social constructs and social barriers surrounding developmental disabilities, and will explore how those constructs contribute to the lack of reporting and the targeting and abuse of people with disabilities.

Participants will 1) learn how to identify various disabilities, 2) how to use disability etiquette to build relationship, 3) discuss new concepts that inform their work, 4) learn how to assess the disability-awareness of their own organization, and 5) gain access to skills from a conversational toolbox that aim to help better communicate with our neighbors with developmental disabilities.

For more information on volunteer opportunities with MESA see their website at movingtoendsexualassault.org

For information on trainings that the ACL provides, see our “Get Trained” tab on our website at aclboulder.org

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Oct
21
1:00 PM13:00

Brainsong 2018!

A Discovery Performance for Every Body, Mind & Soul

First The Rules:
No Shushing
No Apologizing
No Explaining

CU Boulder Department of Dance, Professor and artist Donna Mejia, Spark Movement Project & Mokomba Ensemble present an afternoon of music, movement, and discovery. 

Tickets are $5 per family no matter size.  Please register only 1 person for this event. You will then be prompted to type how many additional family members will be attending.
Register at the door OR go to www.boulderparks-rec.org, and

  1. Click the “Register Online” tab

  2. Sign In (or Create An Account)

  3. Activity Number is 14431

Questions? Contact Lori Goldman 303-413-7256 or GoldmanL@bouldercolorado.gov

View flyer in English

View flyer in Spanish

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Oct
18
3:00 PM15:00

SABE

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Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

Third Thursdays of the Month

We are a group of adults with IDD who come together to advocate for ourselves and others who have IDD. Our goal is to raise awareness of the contributions people with IDD make to their communities and to have a positive impact on the lives of people with IDD and their communities through local and state level advocacy and outreach.

Our mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes.

RSVP: Ailsa Wonnacott

303.527.0888 x223

awonnacott@aclboulder.org

View flyer here

View Event →
Oct
15
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

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Learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details.

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive! You can jump into our group at any time!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on.

Julie Marshall - Julie@brainsong.net

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Oct
14
1:00 PM13:00

Rewriting Our Worlds

  • Association for Community Living (ACL) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A monthly writing group for parents of children/adults with unique needs

Prerequisite: Group members are required to first attend a Hero’s Journey workshop

With assistance from the Hero’s Journey via Joseph Campbell, we free-write from prompts each month as we own our life story. We rewrite to understand our individual narrative as well as the elements that come from our cultures and communities. All levels of writers are welcome.

Interested writers are welcome after they have joined the half day Hero’s Journey workshop. Please contact Anna if you are interested. Hero’s Journey workshops are scheduled as needed.

Anna Stewart - astewart@aclboulder.org - 303.527.0888

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, a parent, author and writer. Anna has published over 500 articles, columns and essays in books, newspapers and online mediums. She’s also taught writing at various organizations and is honored to work with parents who have children with disabilities as we rewrite our stories.

View flyer here

View Event →
Oct
8
7:00 PM19:00

ASL (not just) for Autism!

MOST Mondays: The location for this class often changes based upon space availability, so please contact Julie Marshall prior to each event to confirm the details at Julie@brainsong.net

Come learn or practice ASL Sign Language for free!

Anyone can join us! Anyone who wishes to learn ASL sign language in a family-friendly environment is welcome. This class is especially geared for beginners who use ASL as a tool for communication because of a disability. A great class for teenagers who want to practice for their class at school. We are inclusive!

  • Free “Signing Fun” books available; donated by the ACL (Association for Community Living)

  • Facilitator, Jen Kuzminsky, is an educational interpreter who works with children with disabilities in schools and at summer camps.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Marshall at Julie@brainsong.net, so you can be added to the list and be connected with a OneDrive file with all the vocabulary we are working on. You can jump into our group at any time!

Important note: With great respect for the Deaf community, no one in our group is an expert at ASL, and we don’t believe our way is the only way to sign, because we recognize there are different ways to sign many words. We defer to our instructors (and their friends in the Deaf community) and what they have learned through their studies.

View Event →
Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

Parent Network Group

  • First Lutheran Church (Parish House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This monthly group is for parents with young adults with IDD.

  • We offer support, information and resources as we navigate life with our children.

  • We problem-solve situations with others who understand our journeys.

  • We focus on Longmont resources and opportunities.

Facilitated by Anna Stewart, parent to a young adult with IDD. Anna has led parent groups for over 10 years, is a certified parents trainer, special needs author, and community liaison. For more information, contact Anna at astewart@aclboulder.org or call 303.527.0888

To view or download the flyer please click here

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Oct
4
8:30 AM08:30

2018 Resilience Summit

  • Boulder Jewish Community Center (JCC) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The ACL has been invited to sit on a panel for this year’s Resilience Summit!

The 2018 Resilience Summit is a day of learning and knowledge building around resilience sponsored by Boulder County, Foothills United Way, and other community partners. The theme this year is: "Decoding Resilience" and the focus is on how to access systems, decode jargon, cross language boundaries, solve communication difficulties, and bridge cultural divides. 

We all experience a variety of barriers when trying to get things we need, but for some, the very process of trying to meet needs puts resources out of reach. If systems are inaccessible to those with non-dominant language, geography, physical or cognitive abilities then it is that much more difficult to ensure community safety and resilience on a day-to-day basis, let alone, after a natural disaster. Recognizing these barriers is the first step towards removing them. So, we have created the materials for the day to help learn and discuss different ways for accessing resources, talking about resources, and creating mechanisms for delivering resources.  

Join our ACL panelist and other panelists from 10am to 11am at: 

Workshop: Diverse Models for Accessing Resources

  • Participants will learn from local practitioners about successful methods for connecting people to safety net resources; hear how methods differ between cultures and geographies across Boulder County; and understand how and why these methods have been successful.

  • Our expert speakers include Corie Smiga from Sister Carmen, Veronica Orona of the OUR Center, Caitlin Looney from the Association for Community Living, and Kristi Venditti, EFAA's Mountain Resource Liaison.

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Oct
2
11:00 AM11:00

BoCo Community Conversation with People with IDD

Make your voice heard!

Join us for a community conversation with people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in Boulder County. 

WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR IDEAS!

Boulder County wants to hear how you think money could be used in your community to improve services and supports for people with IDD.

Let us know that you will be coming!

Email or call Naomi at OMNI Institute

Email: rsvp@omni.org

Call: (303) 839-9422 or (800) 279-2070 ext 131 

ACCOMMODATIONS: If needed, please request when you contact OMNI

Boulder County Housing and Human Services hired OMNI Institute and Keystone Policy Center to do a community Needs Assessment to understand what individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities need for services and supports.

To see the flyer click below

English

Spanish

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