Source: Human Network Services of Colorado
FREE Training Series, Community Counts! This program consists of four 2-hour seminars that will be run four times between March, 2020 and January, 2021. Community Counts! is funded through Denver mill levy funds and the generosity of citizens of the City and County of Denver and dedicated to serving Denver residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Food and beverages will be provided.
The goal of the Training Series is to provide free education and supports on how to be more inclusive of people with I/DD and help participants understand the importance of belonging. Each class consists of training and a panel of individuals with I/DD who will tell their story and answer facilitator and participant questions. What these individuals have to share is heart-warming and important.
Classes will be held at the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, 3239 East 2nd Avenue, Denver, CO 80206, 10am-12 noon.
Register at: ctatllc.com/disability-programs/community-counts/
You can also register by mail, fax, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org The four classes: Diversity, Employment, Community Life, and Community Access. The flyer describes each one in more detail.You can download it here: Community Counts flyer .pdf