Colorado Access is teaming up with Family Voices Colorado to host a webinar this Thursday, August 29, about how to help patients and their families manage the transition of care process for adolescents with special health care needs.
Learn about health insurance options for children with special health care needs from immigrant families, and an opportunity to share your voice on tax policy that affects vital programs.
Training & Resources: Webinars to increase family leadership, Parent Support Provider certification, and the Bright Futures Family Network.
El Instituto de Entrenamiento para Liderazgo Familiar (FLTI) es un programa cívico diseñado para desarrollar los líderes familiares. Además, es una asociación pública y privada, ofreciendo herramientas a los individuos hacia el compromiso y involucramiento cívico.
Three in five youth and children with special health care needs do not receive the services necessary to make appropriate transitions to adult health care, work, and independence. Contact our Health Care Transitions Navigator or join a quarterly webinar to learn more about the importance and impact of smooth transitions from pediatric to adult health care.
The Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) is a first-of-its-kind family civics program. Program graduates develop skills needed to become effective leaders in their communities. The curriculum integrates personal and child development, leadership training, civic literacy and civic participation skills, with each participant developing a final community project.
Check out these opportunities for learning & training in the coming weeks: Estate & Financial Planning For Children with Special Needs September 27 OR October 18, 5:30pm to 7:30pm MetroPoint I Building, 4600 S. Ulster St., Blue Spruce, First Floor, Denver, CO 80237 Call (303) 300-4341 The National Forum on Disability Issues The forum will …
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