Who We Are
Developmental Pathways is a Colorado non-profit agency created to serve persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities or delays (I/DD), and their families. We were originally established in 1964 as a community-based alternative to institutional care and over the years have developed a broad array of services based on the principle that full inclusion and participation in community life is attainable for every individual with an intellectual or developmental disability. As an organization, we are committed to enriching the lives of people with I/DD by partnering to provide expertise, support and advocacy in their pursuit of a meaningful life.
What We Do
As a Community Centered Board, Developmental Pathways provides support to those we serve and their loved ones through intake, eligibility enrollment, and case management services and supports. We are devoted to ensuring that all individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and delays receive support by engaging our community in the innovation and implementation of person and family centered practices.
This program serves families with children 0 – 3 years old. Our Early Intervention Service Coordinators partner with local school districts to perform initial evaluations and assess a child’s development allowing us to provide them and their families with the tools to help them reach their full potential. We also have a dedicated team of Occupational, Speech and Physical Therapists consisting of both in-house and independent contractors.
Case Management is a collaborative processes of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy. Our Case Managers and Case Management Specialists take a person-centered approach in assisting those we serve and their families in living a more meaningful life. We strive to empower individuals to have control of their lives and make safe and informed choices.
Our supportive Coordinators in the Community Outreach Department are dedicated to addressing the unmet needs of the individuals and families we serve by helping them to navigate a variety of resources, offering trainings on a variety of topics, holding resource fairs and connecting them with services through our Family Support Services Program.
We truly live and breathe our mission every day - Enriching Lives. Strengthening Communities. We are a motivated and authentic team dedicated to a common goal of helping individuals with disabilities in our community. Integrity, innovation, partnership and stewardship are shared principles amongst all of our team members.
Who We Are Looking For
We welcome individuals who have a true passion for the work they do. Being a part of our team means showing up each day with a genuine desire to enrich the lives of the people we serve. Below are some characteristics common amongst our team members:
Passionate about the work you do and driven to do the best you can each day
Being open to taking on new and different responsibilities
Being invested in your role and the people you work with
Having a sense of empathy for the people you serve
What We Offer
Standard 36-hour workweek (Four, nine-hour days per week for most positions)
Medical Dental Vision Coverage
Comprehensive health insurance to ensure you and your family are covered
Pre-Tax and Roth options available, employer match up to 4%
Paid Time Off & Holiday Pay
Part of our commitment to a healthy work-life balance is offering generous PTO and Holiday pay
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
We offer a FSA account to assist employees in reducing their taxes and increasing their take-home pay
Employees working 18 hours/week or more are eligible for employer-paid, short-term disability insurance covering up to $2,309/week for 13 weeks
Full-time employees are eligible for employer-paid, long-term disability insurance covering up to $6,000/month
We offer free learning sessions across a range of non-work topics throughout the year, as well as access to on-site gyms and fitness programs
Helping you to further your career, we’ll reimburse full-time employees up to $2,000 a year for qualified classes and programs