Read Ability Connection Colorado’s Annual Report to the Community for FY 2017! We are very excited about the accomplishments of our organization this past year. Find more information, including: Inclusion Matters – Imagine a world where each individual is valued, respected and honored for their unique abilities. Early Education highlights Employment highlights Support highlights Special […]
Help raise money for Ability Connection Colorado by joining us at this fun marathon for runners of all skill levels. The Colfax Marathon offers a Marathon, Half Marathon, Urban 10 Miler, or run/walk 5k. To register: https://www.simpleracereg2.com/events/2018_colfax_marathon Early registration ends January 24, 2018. When you register, you’ll be asked: Do you (or your team) plan […]
Remembering Dr. Min Mehta, MD, FRCS Her global work as a pioneer in championing straight spines helped save the lives of countless babies with Progressive Infantile Scoliosis For thousands of families across the world and for ACCO, 2005 was one of those remarkable times when we experienced a significant sea change in the treatment of […]
As the season of gratitude approaches, Ability Connection Colorado would like to say THANK YOU. TOGETHER, WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED SO MUCH! Donor Spotlight Colleen Forst, President and CEO of TCBY DIA Member of Ability Connection Colorado’s Board of Directors Colleen Forst is a successful entrepreneur and opened one of the first businesses at Denver International […]
Your child is special and unique, and we want to nurture every bit of their unlimited potential in a safe, nurturing environment. We offer: Rigorous Learning Free Nutritious Meals & Snacks
At Ability Connection Colorado (ACCO), we are so fortunate to have an incredible community of support – both internally and externally – including amazingly dedicated employees, volunteers, corporations, and foundations who care deeply and commit themselves to the mission of ACCO. On March 18, 2016, we held our bi-annual Citywide Meeting, where employees and community […]
In 1947, the Kiwanis Club of Denver gifted $750.00 to Cerebral Palsy of Colorado (now Ability Connection Colorado) to establish a loan library to “aid parents in their search for more knowledge concerning Cerebral Palsy.” Seven decades later, this tradition continues with the South Denver Kiwanis Club.
Appears this month Business Den With its waiting list of about 800 would-be students, Ability Connection Colorado needs more space. The nonprofit is breaking ground on a fifth early childhood education center in Aurora next month. The waiting list for classroom seats is hovering at around 800 potential students, and Tiffani Lennon, VP of strategic […]
For all the latest news and happenings at Ability Connection Colorado, please check out our all new Fall 2015 Newsletter.