Zaner Harden Law has put together a new scholarship called the 2016 ZHL Auto Accident Scholarship. This scholarship is to help injured people get a higher education because the cost of an injury can prevent many people from affording college.
Due Date: December 30, 2016 at 11:59pm MST
Requirements: Applicant must be attending college by Spring 2017 and have a High School or College GPA of 3.0. The applicant or a blood-relative must also have been affected by a car accident. Special consideration will be given to students pursuing a law-related area of study, though it is not a requirement.
Application: Only online applications will be accepted. It is available at:
The SEAC committee has put together a survey for parents of Special Education students. Please click on the link below to take the survey. It will be available until June 24th at midnight. It will take only a few minutes of your time. The committee would like to know how best to serve its Special Education community.
The Pikes Peak Interagency Transition Team was created in 1992 when transition services were mandated by the State, and transition coordinators needed to tell families what resources were available. The PPITT has evolved so that agencies and providers can stay updated, connected and to network. PPITT also publishes an annual resource directory and hosts an annual resource fair. In addition, PPITT has a listserv where events, etc. are posted and forwarded by members.
Developmental Pathways has creaded an informational resource filled with a list of day and overnight camps for children and youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and/or Special Health Care Needs.
Please view the guide for all information regarding summer camps throughout Colorado.
* This is provided as informational only. Please use your own discretion when utilizing services from any providers and contact the camps directly for more information. For information on camps licensed by the Office of Early Childhood, call 303.866.5948.