The majority of our students receive tuition support through their local school districts and many of our preschoolers with ASD are eligible for insurance coverage through Early Intervention. However, there is a funding gap between tuition and the cost to provide our 1:1 student/staff ratio, as well as the staff of highly trained and dedicated clinical physiologists, speech and occupational therapists, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), and Special Education teachers. With your support, we can continue to fill the need for quality autism services in Colorado and build lives of purpose and meaning.
Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit: The Child Care Contribution Credit (CCCC) helps support quality child care programs for low-income families. Any taxpayer (corporate as well as individual) that makes a monetary contribution to promote child care in Colorado may claim an income tax credit of up to 50% of the total value of the contribution when filing your Colorado state taxes. Currently, under IRS regulations, 100% of your contribution may also be claimed as a tax deduction when filing your federal income tax. However, in August 2018, the IRS proposed changes that could impact the amount of your contribution that can claimed as a tax deduction when filing your federal income tax. Please consult a certified tax advisor to determine your specific eligibility.