Connections for Independent Living’s Connect with Friends program provides weekly in-person and online video conferencing workshops specifically for persons in northeastern Colorado who live with paralysis.
This is an opportunity to meet and collaborate with other Coloradans and share experiences.
Workshops include interests ranging from armchair travel to photography to gaming.
There’s no charge to participate for persons who live with paralysis and their caregivers. You must be a resident of Weld, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Sedgwick, Yuma, or Phillips County.
Workshops begin July 7 at 1:00 p.m. MDT.
For more information, call your Independent Living Specialist at (970) 352-8682, or send us an email message. If you’re ready to participate, your Independent Living Specialist can register you, or you can use the form below to register for the sessions of your choice.
This workshop begins on July 7, 2021 – in-person and by video conferencing, starting at 1:00 p.m. MDT.
If participating in person at our Connections office at 1331 8th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80631, you must be fully vaccinated to attend without a face mask. Please arrive ten minutes early to the workshops. Remote video conferencing participants will be provided the workshop login information.
Participants undertake still photography in association with the PhotoVoice program. A limited number of devices are available for free loan from the Connections Loan Closet.
Participants undertake painting, drawing, and sculpture. Creative writing, poetry, and music may also be included if interest supports.
Participants learn about gaming through available game consoles such as Playstation and Nintendo, and through Internet game applications and programs. A limited number of devices are available for free loan from the Connections Loan Closet.
Participants learn about processes and tools to research family histories, then undertake the process themselves.
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