People with cognitive disabilities have an equal right to technology and information access. A coalition of disability organizations and individuals are asserting this right in a formal declaration, announced at the Thirteenth Annual Coleman Institute National Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology, held October 2, 2013. This is a statement of principles: the rights of ALL people to inclusion and choice in relation to technology and information access. You can view the declaration, read more about its formation, and personally or organizationally endorse it by clicking this image

Alliance Colorado is an association dedicated to strengthening community services and supports for people with developmental disabilities by collaboratively advancing innovative policies and practices.

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Alliance is a nonprofit, statewide association of Community Centered Boards (CCBs) and Service Provider Organizations (SPOs).We are distinguished by our leadership and advocacy of member organizations and the individuals and families they serve. Our efforts in the areas of public policy, state legislation, developmental disability initiatives, and demonstration of best practices have positioned us as the premier resource for organizations and individuals associated with Colorado’s Community Centered System of developmental disability services and supports.

Testimonials

  • “I have been a CCB Director for 28 years and an Alliance member the whole time. Being a member of Alliance allows me to impact the direction of services for persons with Developmental Disabilities in Colorado.”

    Roger G. Jensen, Executive Director, Starpoint
  • “Imagine! is a member of Alliance because we believe that by working together across the State of Colorado, we can help set a positive direction for services of the future and ensure the best possible quality of supports in our State.”

    John M. Taylor, Ph.D., CEO/Executive Director, Imagine!
  • “I am a member of Alliance because it provides a strong voice for people with developmental disabilities and their families in the state and in public policy.”

    Anita Pisciotte, Executive Director, Mesa Developmental Services

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