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Help Shape Our Priorities - Take this PAIMI Survey

As we begin a new year we are seeking opinions and insight as to what our Protection & Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness priorities should be.  Please take this survey to help shape...

Together, Let's Make 2018 ROCK for Disability Rights!

From all of us at Disability Law Colorado, best wishes for an amazing 2018 filled with health, happieness and strong disability rights advocate voices!  Let's work together to protect and promote the...

Rhumb Line Business Logistics, Inc., Agrees to Pay Lost...

PRESS RELEASE (Denver, CO December 6, 2017): Rhumb Line Business Logistics, Inc., Agrees to Pay Lost Wages and Damages in CO Civil Rights Division Complaint

Long-Term Care Ombudsman Conference

Did You Know?: The Colorado Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program and the Legal Assistance Developer Program work together to protect and promote the rights of Colorado's older adults and to improve their...

Election Day is November 7th

November 7th is Election Day.
Colorado Gives Day - All Day on December 4

Support DLC on Colorado Gives Day | Tuesday, December 4

www.coloradogives.org/DisabilityLawCO

Consumer Voice Video for Quality Long-Term Care Residents...

https://youtu.be/v8N7A0iohpI Check out this video submission for the Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care Resident Rights Month contest. The theme this year is “It’s All About Me”. This video...

New Department of Transportation Regulation Regarding...

We have heard many horror stories of wheelchairs being permanently damaged during air travel, so we are glad to see that the Department of Transportation is making efforts to curb this problem.

CDOT Notice of Public Meetings for Curb Ramp Accessibility

The Colorado Department of Transportation will be hosting public meetings throughout the state this July to share information about their ADA Compliance Transition Plan and statewide curb ramps...

Governor Signs Restraint Bill

We were honored to be present when Governor Hickenlooper signed House Bill 17-1276 into law.  HB17-1276 bans prone restraint in Colorado schools, creates a complaint mechanism for parents to use when...

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