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Colorado Post-Polio Organization (CPPO)


Some helpful ways to connect with Easterseals Colorado Post-Polio Support:

CPPO Advisory Council

ADVISORY COUNCIL meetings are when our planning takes place. Members are always valued to comment on our future goals and activities. Meetings are scheduled quarterly on the 4th Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. over Zoom. Please make a note of the upcoming meeting dates below. If you can't participate, please contact one of our Advisory Council members with your suggestions.

Advisory Council Members:

CPPO Quarterly Newsletter

Sign-up for Colorado's free, QUARTERLY CONNECTIONS NEWSLETTER. Many concerns are the same for polio survivors, learn more about post-polio, resources and living with this syndrome. Email your name and mailing address to Mitzi Tolman at mtolman@eastersealscolorado.org to start receiving the newsletter.
*CPPO is going greener! If you would like to receive an electronic version of the newsletter via email rather than a paper newsletter in the mail, please email mtolman@eastersealscolorado.org.

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CPPO Support Groups

Attend a SUPPORT GROUP (click for further information). If none fits your bill, maybe you can start one. We give plenty of help and encouragement if you do so. Support Groups are the BEST way to receive encouragement and education about post-polio and its effects. Everyone’s polio story has details of the same condition, including different ideas for coping. Contact Mitzi Tolman at mtolman@eastersealscolorado.org for more information on a group.




CPPO Rocky Mountain Getaway

The 2021 ROCKY MOUNTAIN GETAWAY took place from Sunday, August 15 to Thursday, August 19, 2021 at Easterseals Colorado's fully handicap accessible Rocky Mountain Village camp in Empire, CO. Stay tuned for information on the 2022 Rocky Mountain Getaway.


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Colorado Post-Polio Organization is a program sponsored by Easterseals Colorado to offer education and support for people experiencing the late effects of polio.

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