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Children's Extensive Support Services

Spectrum provides services and supports to children with cognitive/developmental disabilities or developmental delays who have the most intensive behavioral and/or medical needs. This support program is for children 0-18 years old.

 

Spectrum’s CES services for individuals include:

 

Community Connector – enable the participant to access typical activities and functions of community life such as community education and training, volunteering, learning to use public transportation, planning and attending events and building relationships.

 

Homemaker Services – training and assistance with household tasks such as cooking, laundry, cleaning and other household maintenance tasks.

 

Personal Care – assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) such as hygiene, bathing, eating, dressing, grooming, toileting and transferring. With personal care supports, you can even get help with shopping, money management, meal planning, grocery shopping, budgeting and bill paying.

 

Respite – service can be provided at your home or at a provider's home. Options include Hourly Supervision (under 10 hours per day) and Daily Supervision (10 hours or more per day up to 24 hours.)

 

 

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Testimonials:

Lori G. – Host Home Provider

    As an HHP, working with Spectrum

for the past 3 years, I can offer a perspective with regard to my client’s unique needs and challenges. Spectrum’s well informed staff foster an environment of positive and progressive supports which are strong, when needed, without crossing boundaries.

 

Spectrum’s Day Program successfully manages a delicate balance between client and HHP, working together, to expose many opportunities for my client’s interests, with safety and dignity in the foreground.”

    My daughter has had a service provider

from Spectrum who has worked with her for about 3 years with three or four different types of service.  This has been a very positive experience as she has been able to access the community in a variety of ways.  

 

Some of the activities that she has enjoyed include:  preparing several recipes including shopping and making the dish, purchasing gifts for friends, managing her own money, going out to eat at a wide variety of restaurants, and enjoying many outings of swimming and bowling.

 

We are thankful for the support and responsiveness of Spectrum."

Wayla M. – Thornton, CO