Outreach

March 2017 – Staff at the Able Kids Foundation traveled to Colorado Springs to meet with Lori Myers, Vice President of the Shandy Clinic. The Foundation shared information about central auditory processing difficulties and toured the Shandy Clinics to learn more about the services they provide. The Shandy Clinic is a private, outpatient therapy clinic that provides individualized speech, physical, and occupational therapy.

January 2017 – Staff at the Able Kids Foundation met with Mr. Ron Birely and Mr. Bob Gregory, members of the Royal Arch Masons of Colorado on behalf of our families that have benefited from their organization’s generosity. The Colorado Masons anchor the financial assistance program at the Able Kids Foundation and provide life-changing opportunities for individuals who struggle to understand auditory information in their daily environments.

June 2016 – Staff at the Able Kids Foundation was invited to visit the Gifted Development Center in Westminster, Colorado. The Gifted Development Center specializes in the evaluation of gifted children and adults and educates others about the needs of gifted individuals.

May 2016 – The Foundation was the featured nonprofit organization for “Pints for the People”, an event hosted by Loveland Aleworks in Loveland, Colorado. Staff shared information at the event about central auditory processing difficulties.

May 2016 – Able Kids Foundation invited professionals and parents to their location to attend a presentation given by Georgia Montoya. Ms. Montoya, a civil rights attorney with the Department of Education,  provided attendees with information regarding Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act as they relate to students with disabilities in the educational arena.

December 2015 – At the request of Nancy Townsend, owner and director of the Reading Clinic, Able Kids Foundation presented information about central auditory processing disorder to staff at their location in Loveland, Colorado. The Reading Clinic offers tutoring in reading, writing, study skills, and math.

September 2015 – The Foundation will be addressing the Royal Arch Mason assembly to speak about our financial assistance program and share the positive impact it has had on the children and adults seen at the Foundation.

May 2015 – The Able Kids Foundation was an invited participant in the Post-Adoption Resource Center Spotlight Conference in Englewood, Colorado. This event provided resources and information to families and professionals.

December 2014 – Three members of the Grand Chapter of the Colorado Royal Arch Masons were invited to the Able Kids Foundation. The Foundation is fortunate to receive the generous support of this organization. In attendance were Mr. Robert Gregory, the Most Excellent Grand Secretary for the Grand Chapter of Colorado, Mr. Ron Birely, Most Excellent Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter of Colorado, and Mr. David Coberly, the Most Excellent Grand King of the Grand Chapter of Colorado Royal Arch Masons.

December 2014 – The Foundation met with Dr. Linda Silverman, Director, and Bobbie Gilman, Associate Director, of the Gifted Development Center in Westminster, Colorado to discuss the two Centers and their programs.

October 2014 – Able Kids Foundation was invited to publish an article in the Rocky Mountain Mason magazine.

September 2014 – The Royal Arch Masons invited the Foundation to speak at the Grand Session in Denver, Colorado.

July 2014 – Able Kids Foundation was invited to write a feature article for Exceptional Parent magazine about central auditory processing disorder.

April 2014 – Loveland Pediatrics in Loveland, Colorado invited Able Kids Foundation to their practice to speak to pediatricians about central auditory processing disorder.