Day Programs and Evening Programs
Ability Specialists (day and evening programs)
TJ Roper Sison, President & CEO
5241 S. Quebec Steet, #200, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
303-690-5203 / fax 303-690-3371 / cell 303-717-6419
e-mail: [email protected] or www.abilityspecialists.com
Cottonwood Community Alternatives
P.O. Box 946, Englewood, CO 80151
Division for Developmental Disabilities
Qualified Provider List
Easter Seals Colorado State Headquarters
5755 West Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80226-3500
Phone: 303 233-1666
Anticipating the Needs of Adults with Disabilities
Extending Easter Seals’ medical rehabilitation expertise, Easter Seals adult day services meet daytime needs of adults with disabilities and older adults while promoting their dignity and independence. Easter Seals partners with families to ensure a continuation of their high-standards of care.
7313 S. Alton Way, Centennial, CO 80112
303-221-3222 / www.highpointecenters.com
Provides affordable social, recreation and travel programs for people with developmental disabilities with a focus on teaching healthy lifestyle skills.
Innovative Services of Colorado
“Providing quality day services in a time of change”
Joseph A. Lavigne Jr., Director
336 S. Chambers Road, Aurora, CO 80017
720-748-0348 / fax 303-337-2809
Their programs and services enrich the lives of hundreds of children and adults with special needs. Laradon’s comprehensive and progressive programs help participants grow and maximize their independence in a dynamic world.
New Day in Home Support & Respite Services, Inc. (programs in Aurora & Parker)
19025 Plaza Drive, Parker, CO 80134
Also located at: 15200 E. Orchard Rd, #103, Centennial, CO 80016
303-841-1399 / fax 303-805-9883
Serving Douglas, Arapahoe & Elbert Counties, South Metro Denver, Highlands Ranch and Eastern Colorado
Sky Cliff Center
4600 E. Hwy 86, Castle Rock, CO 80104
Smith Agency (located in Aurora)
Starr Center for Day Programming (adult day and respite services)
7815 W. 16th Ave, Lakewood 80214
Provides opportunities for developmentally disabled adults to make new friends, lively activities in a structured environment, learn independent living skills, safety skills and community integration.
To the Rescue (day and evening programs/open 7 days a week)
720-851-2100 or www.ToTheRescue.net
Provide transportation to individuals with developmental disabilities that reside in Douglas County. Transportation can be to work, medical appointments, day programs, school, etc. and we have wheel chair lifts.
We have a day facility in Parker, CO. Please note that we are under contract with Developmental Pathways, Denver Options,
Imagine, and Eastern Colorado (and hopefully soon with DDRC). Additionally, we have very attractive private pay rates.
Total Long Term Care (also known as PACE – Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly)
Day program for individuals 55+ years old that includes coordination of all healthcare needs. Five different locations in the metro area; call 303-869-4664 or www.totallongtermcare.org.
Wellspring Community – Castle Rock
To create specially modified and supported business enterprises where our participants can enjoy meaningful, successful employment. To provide ongoing educational and enrichment activities to foster intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual growth. To provide a variety of long-term, supervised residential options.
Bethesda Lutheran Communities 6530 S. Curtice Street, Littleton, CO 80120 303-795-2061 / http://bethesdalutherancommunities.org
Continuum of Colorado 11111 E. Mississippi Ave., Aurora, CO 80012 303-360-6600 / www.developmentalpathways.org
Therapeutic Recreation Programs
Check with your community recreation center for activities and events. If needed, ask about scholarships to attend.
Alternative Support Inc.
8933 E Union Ave, Suite 212
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Tel: 303 993 5464 / Fax: 303 993 5522 / Email: [email protected]
Our organization offers a wide variety of services to suit our clients’ needs. We provide residential services to assist individuals seeking home placement. We also offer day program options for individuals with emotional, learning and developmental disabilities. We provide both non-facility based and facility-based services. We operate a base site, for clients who choose to participate in facility-based programs.
For those who want to explore the city and all it has to offer, our Supported Community Connections program offers day trips, tours, volunteering opportunities, field trips, classes and recreational activities throughout the Denver Metro area. These programs allow our clients to form new friendships, build social skills, and connect with the world around them.
We strive to help our clients build positive relationships, develop life skills, and attain their personal goals, while participating in fun and educational activities in the community and at our base site.