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Robert is serving as a judge for the student “Chopped” contest
By Julie Deden Always a favorite with students and staff, Robert here is serving as a judge for the student “Chopped” contest. He also often benefitted from cookies, biscuits and many things with bacon in them. For the past 16 years when you called the Center, you would talk to Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Charis holding her Bell of Freedom standing next to Julie in the Front Lobby at the CCB
Today Charis is graduating from the center. Hers will be a unique graduation, with the actual Freedom Bell ceremony and the “love session” that typically follows being conducted on Zoom for social distancing purposes. No hug from Julie. Charis was just one week away from finishing her program when we Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
CCB Summer Tech Instructor engaged with his laptop and Smart Phone
(Editor’s Note: We don’t blame you for wondering what is up with our summer programs for youth. The coronavirus and the subsequent shutdown orders put us into a scramble, affecting not only our youth programs, but seniors and the Independence Training Program, too. Here’s an announcement from our Youth Services Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
FAST - (Fun Activities & Skills Training) logo
Who? Blind students of all ages and their families What? CCB’s bi-weekly FAST Zoom call When Friday, June 5, 2020 at 7:00 pm MDT Where? We will hold this meeting on the Zoom Meeting platform Join the Colorado Center for the Blind this upcoming Friday, June 5, 2020 at 7:00 Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Corey and David talk about traffic sounds before making a street crossing
You know, this pandemic shutdown has been going on for a minute. Especially if you are a student at the Colorado Center for the Blind, or someone waiting to come, or someone newly blind and trying to figure out how to do the simplest things you used to do now Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
FAST - (Fun Activities & Skills Training) logo
Editor’s Note: Here’s some news from Youth Director Martin Becerra-Miranda. He’s been busy hosting lots of Zoom meetings for our staff and ITP students for the past month. But he’s also had time to think about what he wants to do with our FAST (Fun Skills Activities and Training) for Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Cranmer Abacus - A specially designed abacus that keeps beads in position once they have been set
(Editor’s Note: We will soon post a video demonstrating How blind folks can complete the 2020 Census, featuring our own Martin Becerra-Miranda and Dan Burke. It’s great YouTube viewing, but we don’t have a trailer. In the meantime then, we’re posting some of that information here to complement the video.) Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
40 Hands in fourty days Logo - text: DONATE 3.2.20-4.10.20
Donate Now We’re extremely excited to be one of 40 Colorado nonprofits to be part of the 2020 40 Hands in Forty Days effort this spring! From March 2 through April 10 (40 days), 40 nonprofits will take part in a unique fundraising effort. We may throw any number of Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Three young students stand in front of a medical vehicle, all wearing Santa hats
Caption: Cristian, Shyanne and Kelly stand in front of the medical vehicle at South Suburban Fire and Rescue Station #12 on December 16. They had just delivered a box of holiday cookies and treats baked by students to on-duty fire fighters. In turn, fire fighters showed students one of the Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke