What is Colorado CANDO?
The Collaborative for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Options is an ad-hoc committee of the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council. Colorado CANDO was created to support the Ten Year Strategic Plan for individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
What's new at CANDO?
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SPARK Primary Investigator: Wendy Chung, MD, PhD • Protocol Number: 20151664 •Western Institutional Review Board • Colorado Site PI: Corry Rosenberg, PhD, RN
You are cordially invited to experience an
incredible and special evening
Dr. Temple Grandin and
Mr. Rupert Isaacson, author of the Horse Boy
from 6-9 pm on Aug. 23 in Ft. Collins.
Dr. Grandin and Mr. Isaacson will explore how to prepare the child for the adult working world by starting social skills and academics through movement and following the child¹s interest - both with and without horses. They will discuss kinetic learning and a new approach called Movement Method which will explore how teachers can introduce movement skills into the classroom to engage the learning centers of the brain.
For tickets, visit:
Colorado CANDO Meeting and Feature Presentation