Sometimes Atlantis Community, Inc. may not have the resources, programs, or staff necessary to help in a particular situation—whether that’s due to funding constraints, limitations of our Independent Living programs, or a lack of training/knowledge (for example: we do not have anyone on staff qualified to give legal advice or provide legal services). However, that does not mean we cannot still be useful to you! Even when there is nothing we can personally do, we still have the information and networking necessary to connect people with the programs and services that they need out in the community. Whether you’re looking to purchase a new wheelchair or trying to find apartment that is affordable and accessible, Atlantis may be able to help guide you in the right direction.
Check out the database below for information on a variety of resources and organizations that can help many different situations and needs.
If you belong to an organization, please Contact Us to be added to the database or to update your organization’s page and contact information.
The mission of Adam’s Camp is to realize the potentials and develop the strengths of children and young adults by bringing together families with professionals and volunteers to collaboratively provide customized, intensive therapy, family support, and recreation in a camp environment.
Anchor Center for Blind Children
Our team is dedicated to closing the literacy gap by inspiring a passion for reading among some of the nation’s neediest children. Book Trust is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower children from low-income families to choose and own books, inspiring a passion for reading and cultivating increased literacy skills and life-long learning. Access to books and reading materials is the most significant barrier to literacy. In areas of poverty, the ratio of books to children is 1 book for every 300 children, a figure contributing to the literacy gap between low-income and affluent families.
Children's Advisory Network
Our mission is to help children communicate their wants and needs through speech, language, and pragmatic therapy.
Colorado AG Bell
The Colorado Chapter of Alexander Graham Bell was founded in 1996 by a group of dedicated parents and professionals who gathered in the backyard of LaFawn and Dusty Biddle to work together with the goal of advocating for deaf and hard of hearing individuals who choose listening and spoken language. Our mission is to provide listening and spoken language support and resources for children and adults with hearing loss.
Colorado Association of the Deaf
The Colorado Association of the Deaf will advance the civil and human rights for all Deaf people in Colorado through the Veditz Policy Institute by dissemination and training on research findings about educational, vocational, linguistic, and social issues for policy development and legislation.
Colorado Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing SSP Services
Support Service Providers help those who are deaf and blind with basic their basic needs. The deafblind Services are intended for deafblind individuals who seek equal access to sight and environmental information while navigating in the world.
These resources include Support Services Provider (SSP) and Orientation and Mobility (O&M) programs.
A SSP is a trained professional who empowers a deafblind person by allowing them to perform their essential daily activities, such as opening mail, processing bank transactions, shopping for groceries, etc.
An O&M professional provides individualized training on skills that promote independent travel and such that lead to a productive lifestyle.
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
The Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (CSDB) provides children and families statewide with comprehensive, specialized educational services in safe, nurturing environments. We empower learners to become self-determined, independent, contributing citizens within their communities.
Colorado Talking Book Library
"Community Connections' mission is to create opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead healthy and fulfilling lives within our community. Our vision is of a community where all people with disabilities have the same opportunities as other community members."
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