Upon searching the Denver Metro area for future options for Daniel Wyles relating to care and fulfillment, Blair and Valerie Wyles realized they needed to create the environment. The Vision for a community environment that was safe and appropriate for Daniel was born.
The Blair and Valerie Wyles, parents of a son with developmental disabilities, and Jeffrey Galloway, an occupational therapist, travel to the FRED Conference to see how others across the country were coming together to create local solutions to the national housing and employment crisis that people with disabilities and their families face.
Foundation Group hired to assist in the application process for 501c3 non profit status through the IRS. Articles of Incorporation for Rooster Ranch Inc. filed
First gathering of our now monthly meetings.
Desiree Kameka, a housing consultant with the Madison House Autism Foundation based in DC, gives a presentation on housing options across the country that were created by families and led interested participants through a visioning session.
Promise Ranch Therapeutic Riding Partners with Rooster Ranch Inc to further their common interests and Missions
Rooster Ranch joins the Coalition for Community Choice, a partnership of organizations across the country that are working together to increase options and decrease barriers to housing nationally.
Rooster Ranch meets with the Garden Autism Center to discuss potential partnership.
Rooster Ranch meets with Douglas County leaders to share their public-private partnership vision as a solution to increase affordable and accessible housing for Douglas County Residents.
IRS approves Rooster Ranch Inc as a 501c3 Non Profit Organization affective June of 2013
Rooster Ranch Partners with Douglas County Open Space as part of a community Gardening effort.