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Tulips & Juleps Derby Party event benefiting STRiVE’s children’s programs

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Saturday, May 5th at 2 pm

Tulips & Juleps Derby Party event benefiting STRiVE’s children’s programs, Please consider supporting this worthwhile and fun day. This is the Fourth year of the Tulips & Juleps Derby Party. The STRiVE Foundation Board is proud to be hosting a Kentucky Derby viewing party at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. Proceeds support the very important work being done by STRiVE to provide service and support to children who have been identified as having developmental delays and disabilities. Funds will also be used for STRiVE’s Audyssey program, which supports children and adults on the autism spectrum.

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y supporting Tulips & Juleps, you will be helping educate the public about the importance of early intervention services for children with developmental delays and disabilities, and providing services to families struggling to support children with autism. One hundred percent of the money raised through this event will stay right here in Mesa County. Sponsorship levels are attached for you to review.

After last year’s tremendous success, this year, we’re excited to have expanded our event.

We Appreciate Our Sopnsors

One hundred percent of the money raised through this event will stay right here in Mesa County. Sponsorship levels are below for you to review.

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y supporting Tulips & Juleps, you will be helping educate the public about the importance of early intervention services for children with developmental delays and disabilities, and providing services to families struggling to support children with autism. One hundred percent of the money raised through this event will stay right here in Mesa County. Sponsorship levels are attached for you to review.

After last year’s tremendous success, this year, we’re excited to have expanded our event.

We Appreciate Our Sopnsors

One hundred percent of the money raised through this event will stay right here in Mesa County. Sponsorship levels are below for you to review.

MORE ABOUT MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIAGNOSTIC CLINICS

A typical diagnostic evaluation involves a multi-disciplinary team consisting of a behavioral therapist, psychologist, RN, educational specialist, speech and language pathologist and occupational therapist. These assessments will be used to discover how the child functions and the best approach to meet the needs of the child and the family.

MORE ABOUT EARLY INTERVENTION

(Home-based therapeutic intervention for children birth to three, identified as having a developmental delay or disability.) Services include occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, parent education and early childhood development services. STRiVE served 201 children in EI services in 2010 and now serves 261, a 29.9% increase. All services for these children are provided at no cost to the families.

MORE ABOUT AUDYSSEY

Services include social concept groups for elementary, middle and high school children, case management, and educational support groups. There are six therapists/counselors; one board certified behavior analyst. Audyssey works closely with JFK Partners and the University of Colorado. Currently, STRiVE’s Audyssey program supports 78 individuals, but statistics show one in 68 children are born with autism. Very limited funding for Audyssey exists at this time. Studies show that it costs $22,560 a year for special education. Only 56% of students with autism finish high school and only 21% of adults with disabilities participate in the labor force.

MORE ABOUT MULTI DISCIPLINARY DIAGNOSTIC CLINICS

 

A typical diagnostic evaluation involves a multi-disciplinary team consisting of a behavioral therapist, psychologist, RN, educational specialist, speech and language pathologist and occupational therapist. These assessments will be used to discover how the child functions and the best approach to meet the needs of the child and the family.

 

MORE ABOUT EARLY INTERVENTION

 

(Home-based therapeutic intervention for children birth to three, identified as having a developmental delay or disability.) Services include occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, parent education and early childhood development services. STRiVE served 201 children in EI services in 2010 and now serves 261, a 29.9% increase. All services for these children are provided at no cost to the families.

 

MORE ABOUT AUDYSSEY

 

Services include social concept groups for elementary, middle and high school children, case management, and educational support groups. There are six therapists/counselors; one board certified behavior analyst. Audyssey works closely with JFK Partners and the University of Colorado. Currently, STRiVE’s Audyssey program supports 78 individuals, but statistics show one in 68 children are born with autism. Very limited funding for Audyssey exists at this time. Studies show that it costs $22,560 a year for special education. Only 56% of students with autism finish high school and only 21% of adults with disabilities participate in the labor force.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Tiple Crown $5000

A $5,000 SPONSORSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO:

LOGO ABOVE TITLE ON ALL PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, PROMINENT MENTIONS ON ALL PUBLICITY, PROMINENT MENTION AT EVENT, 6 TICKETS.

Winner’s Circle $2500

A $2,500 SPONSORSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO:

LOGO PROMINENT ON ALL PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, PROMINENT MENTIONS ON ALL PUBLICITY, PROMINENT MENTION AT EVENT, 4 TICKETS

Thoroughbred $1000

A $1,000 SPONSORSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO:

LOGO ON ALL PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, MENTIONS ON ALL PUBLICITY, MENTION AT EVENT, 2 TICKETS

Show $500

A $500 SPONSORSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO:

LOGO ON SELECT PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, MENTION AT EVENT, 2 TICKETS.

A Fundraiser for Children's Services

Thank you to all that helped make Tulips and Juleps a success!

See you next year!

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