Guardianship forms, petitions, and reports.
Convenient Links & Resources
The web is full of valuable resources to make your quest for information quick and easy. Below are a list of our most commonly sought after references that can help you navigate effectively making good use of your time.
Pueblo County District Court Self Help Form
Pueblo Community Health Center
PCHC a 501 (c)(3) private non-profit full-service family practice provider.
Pueblo City Schools D-60
Pueblo County Schools D-70
Colorado Department of Education
Office of Exceptional Student Services.
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Finance
Healthcare policy and finance.
Colorado Bluesky Enterprises, Inc
Community Center Board for eligibility determination, waiver services and case management serving Pueblo County.
The Resource Exchange (TRE)
Community Center board for eligibility determination, waiver services, case management serving Pueblo and surrounding areas.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
We help individuals with disabilities prepare for, obtain, advance in, and maintain employment by providing a range of services based on your individual employment needs and goals.
Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
Questions about work place accommodation.
ADA National Network
Accessible community transportation.
Disability Law Colorado
Protection and advocacy for seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Accessible Community Transportation in Our Nation (Project ACTION)
Increased transportation for adults and families with disabilities
Career One-Stop (Web site)
Assistance with career exploration, training and jobs.
Office of Disability Employment Policy
U.S. Department of Labor
Social Security Administration (SSA)
Applying for and managing disability benefits.
The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education
Peak Parent Center
Resource, referral and training.
Understanding your rights in special education law.
PBISWorld.com is a comprehensive and easy to use tier 1 through tier 3 PBIS (positive interventions and supports) tool and resource that includes data tracking tools and much more! PBIS World also provides The PBIS World Book (a printable version of the website), discussion on behavior, behavior analysis, problem solving, ideas, inspiration, and so much more!
Guidelines: How to Write and Report About People with Disabilities
Based on a national survey of disability organizations. 8th Edition.
Writers, editors, reporters and other communicators strive to use the most accurate terminology about people with disabilities. However, inaccurate, archaic and offensive expressions are still commonly used, perpetuating negative stereotypes and beliefs about people with disabilities.
With your gift, The Arc will continue our work to protect the rights of people with disabilities and support their full inclusion and participation in the community.
Volunteering can be one of the most rewarding choices you can make. Call today and find out how you can help serve those who need you the most.