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Welcome to Denver Metro Community Parent Center!
The mission of the Denver Metro CPRC is to inform and empower low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse families as advocates for their children with disabilities, age birth-26, to achieve meaningful participation in their schools and communities.
Who do we serve?
We are here to assist families who have children with disabilities as well as professionals who work with them in the following counties: Denver, Arapahoe, Adams, Jefferson and Douglas.
The Denver Metro Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC) provides parent advising services where parents and professionals call for help navigating the special education, healthcare, government services and other systems associated with raising a child with a disability.
The Denver Metro CPRC also offers trainings and workshops to parents and professionals including:
- Understanding IEP's
- Accommodations and Modifications
- IDEA 2004 - What Parents Need to Know
- Understanding Troubling Behavior as Communication
- Understanding ADHD
- Making Sense of the IEP Process: Moving from Infant Toddler Services to Preschool
- From Bullying to Belonging
- Cultural Competency
- Disability Etiquette
- Friendship Building Strategies
- African American Parent Training
- NCLB and Students with Disabilities
- Transition from Pre-K to Kindergarten
- Cultural Outreach
- Parents as Advocates for Other Parents at IEP Meetings
- Entender IEP's
- Intervenciones positivas de conducta
- Entender ADHD
- ?Es su hijo un blanco de Bullying?
- Que Ning?n Ni?o Se Quede Atr?s (NCLB*)
y Los Estudiantes con Discapacidades