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We were excited to welcome Circuit Media leadership for a recent visit at the center. Rebecca, Lisa, Karen and Ellie sat down with Executive Director Julie Deden and members of the management team to discuss a possible partnership, including Circuit Media staff serving as volunteers and possible internships for students. Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Two women in the 15 minute waiting tent on vaccination day
Last Friday’s vaccination clinic here at the center was a huge success, and we want to give a huge shout-out to our partners, Vive Family Wellness, St. Benedict’s Health and Healing Ministry, and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition for helping us make it possible for 29 people to get their first Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
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Youth Services Director Martin Becerra-Miranda has a lot to share right now – three exciting offerings from the Colorado Center for the Blind for blind youth and their families. We like to think of it as a dazzling summer triple! First Base FAST Saturday, May 22 Mort the Mouse Goes Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
COVID-19 Vaccine Viles
Announcing … Colorado Center for the Blind Walk-in Vaccine Clinic When: This Friday, May 14, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Where: Colorado Center for the Blind (in the parking lot)2233 West Shepperd AveLittleton, CO 80120 We are excited to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic with our partners for Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
people wearing masks are seated at tables, with one woman standing at the back
For the first in-person we also tried to have a virtual component. Shon Spears sits in the center of the room managing things on a laptop. Executive Director Julie Deden slipped in at the back of the room to witness at least part of the exciting event. That was the Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
A man reaches into a shoulder-high tangle of branches
As we explored the tangle of branches it became clear that we wouldn’t be able to simply clear it all away without a chainsaw. Here Martin sizes up the situation along the west sidewalk. Maybe we wanted to post this today because the sun is shining in these photos, and Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
smiling woman shows off her new necklace
Vicki was happy to show off the amethyst necklace she received as a farewell gift, along with a bottle of rose water. A reign as Residential manager has come to a close. None has served longer in that role. Tuesday (April 27) after hours, staff threw her a farewell party Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
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March to the Beat of Your Own Drum Our first 2021 in-person FAST activity for youth will fittingly be all about movement, and a little music! Sign up for our April 24 FAST! Who: Blind students of all ages and their families Where: Colorado Center for the Blind,2233 W Shepperd Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Two smiling blind teenagers at Big Soda Lake near the mountains
We are excited to announce three programs for youth ages 13 to 21 to be held in the summer of 2021! Two of the programs will be virtual and one will be a day program for students in the Denver metro area. The virtual programs will take place on the Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
A snow person wearing sleepshades and pandemic mask
Students built this snow person after a big snowstorm at the end of February, and named her Callie Rado, a true testament to these times as a student at CCB. When a foot of snow fell in late February, students leaped at the chance to make a snow person, as Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke