We’re proud to work with a number of community partners throughout the Denver metro area, many whom offer free or low-cost events, workshops, support groups and more throughout the year. With summer in full swing, we encourage our clients and their families to try something new, meet other families in our network and enjoy the season with one (or more!) of the upcoming events listed below.

JULY EVENTS

Wednesdays: Join REVEL every Wednesday from 3-5:30 p.m. for Meditation, Yoga and Gardening. REVELers practice mindfulness through meditation and yoga, and then get their hands dirty by working on their community garden.

Saturdays: Every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., Get Air Trampoline Park offers dedicated time for jumpers with special needs, and one parent can assist their child at no charge. Learn more here.

Sunday, July 1: Select Chuck E. Cheese locations (Colorado Springs, Littleton, Ft. Collins and Superior) open two hours early the first Sunday of every month specifically for children with autism or special needs. Dimmed lighting and limited music is accompanied by free admission. Learn more on their website.

Sunday, July 8: The Denver Aquarium offers a low-sensory morning the second Sunday of every month, featuring a clam, quiet setting from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Learn more on their Facebook page.

Thursday, July 12: Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver’s Ladies in Leadership for Youth (LILY) Network will host their annual luncheon at the Denver Botanic Gardens from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. featuring keynote speaker Katie Zeppieri. Learn more and get involved here.

Saturday, July 14: The Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus understands the museum can be overwhelming for children with disabilities and will open early from 8-10 a.m. for guests to enjoy ambient lighting and reduced noise alongside limited admission. Learn more and RSVP here. 

Tuesday, July 24: Trumpet Behavioral Health’s upcoming parent workshop will focus on improving challenging behaviors, offering tips and strategies to cope with common challenges. Jessica Juanico, BCBA-D, and Emily Patrizi, BCBA, will help you identify behaviors that you want to increase or decrease in your child and you’ll also learn about the value of reinforcement and strategies to manage different behaviors. Space is limited in person and online – register here.