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Special Kids Special Families

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About Us

Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) is a Colorado non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1998 to provide community support and services to families who are raising youth with disabilities and special needs.

Our agency noted the lack of community services to prevent out of home placement for youth and young adults. Respite care, specialized foster care, adult day programs, and family preservation services have evolved from this need.

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Adult Services / Transportation offered
Adult Services / caring for an adult with disabilities
Adult Services center based activities
Adult Services community activities
Zach's Place learning with the staff
Zach's Place preschool learning
Zach's Place outside garden
Zach's Place one on one learning
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Jobs

Childcare Lead / Teacher
Category: Education
SCOPE: To help provide a safe, healthy, and enriching environment for children and teens served at Special Kids Special Families Zach’s Place childcare and respite program.  Works closely with the Program Director and Assistant Director in a supervisory role with Childcare Staff scheduled during assigned shifts.  This position is under the direct supervision of the Program Directors and/or ...read more
Contact: KATRINA REDERBURG
Phone:(719) 329-1717
Fax:(719) 447-9482
Childcare Provider / Teacher
Category: Education
SCOPE: To help provide a safe, healthy, and enriching environment for children and young adults served at Special Kids Special Families Zach’s Place childcare and respite program. This position is under the direct supervision of the Program Director and/or designee.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES:Provide direct care, including physical care to the program’s participants. May include caring for medically ...read more
Contact: KATRINA REDERBURG
Phone:(719) 447-8983
Fax:(719) 447-9482
Adult Mentor / Direct Care Provider / Caregiver
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
SCOPE:  The Special Kids Special Families Adult Disabilities Mentor oversees and supports the client’s integration in the daily activities. This position works with our adults with special needs to teach them applicable life skills, including attending to personal needs. Mentors must be able to work any of the adult services programs (I-CAN, Joey’s). The Mentor performs an integral front-line role ...read more
Contact: DIONNA LANICH
Phone:(719) 634-4675
Fax:(719) 447-9482

Rep/Contact Info

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Linda Ellegard
Executive Director

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