Tag: Support Drop

  • Cupcakes and Support Drops

    Rebecca beams a smile as she holds up a box of her Birthday cupcakes

    Rebecca beams as she holds up a box of her Birthday cupcakes

    Rebecca’s birthday was Tuesday and she received a special birthday delivery from her mom. It was surely especially welcome since Rebecca has been at CCB for about a month. But really, what mom could forget her daughter’s birthday? The entire center was excited about Rebecca’s birthday. Naturally we sang “Happy Birthday” at announcements, along with “The Dirge”, which only insiders will recognize, but the delivery included mini-cupcakes enough for almost everyone!

    On Tuesday both Melissa and J.D. learned at announcements that they were going on their support drops. And happily they made it back in time to get cupcakes!.

    J.D signs in after returning from his drop
    Lia signs in after returning from her drop



  • Congrats to David D – he made it back from his support drop!

    a smiling man types on the Brailler

    David id it – he completed his Support Drop today with his Travel Instructor Daniel! Congrats David!


  • Steve Announces 2 for 1 on Drops: Julie & Ashley Successes!

    Julie M. Signing in after returning from her Independent Drop

    Who can resist a 2-for-1 deal? Steve called it out at morning announcements – Ashley for her support drop (meaning she spent the morning with Steve), and Julie M. on her solo drop! What a great deal – and they both made it back successfully, and with more confidence in their independent travel skills!

    Limit one coupon per Travel Instructor, please.

    Ashley just back from her Support Drop
    Julie M. Signing in after returning from her Independent Drop



  • September, where did you go?

    A view fo Denver's skyline from the foothills

    Whew! So this is the way this week has been – really, the entire month!

    A small but dedicated cadre of staff and students went out for a good hike on Sunday at Mt. Falcon near Morrison, and just to the south of Red Rocks. Like rock climbing and our Urban Adventures program, we partnered with the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) on the hike, which was 6.4 miles round trip, and rising from 6000 feet to 7500 feet in elevation.

    Monday certain students attended a Boomers’ Career Fair. We don’t need to call out the attendees by name.… Read the rest “September, where did you go?”


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