Work was conducted to:
Efforts are being made to ensure an efficient, affordable and one-stop center for scheduling auxiliary services for state agencies within the Executive Branch.
A collaborative effort led by the Mental Health Center of Denver and CCDHH is designed to provide technical assistance to Colorado publicly-funded behavioral healthcare providers who desire to advance access to services for deaf, hard-of-hearing and deaf-blind Coloradans.
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A deafblind task force has been convening to:
Through CCDHH’s grant program, the Colorado Association of the Deaf, Colorado Families for Hands and Voices and the Rocky Mountain Deaf School collaborated to re-draft the report (A Blueprint for Closing the Gap) of the Colorado deaf education reform task force, commissioned by the Colorado Department of Education and the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind in 2002 with seven agreements, including an effort to legislate a state-wide steering committee to implement the six remaining agreements and address other systemic gaps or issues.