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Beverly Seeman is the founder and CEO of Pikes Peak Respite Services (PPRS), a role that she has held since 2004. With over 17 years of experience in the respite care industry, Beverly's passion for the field stems from her personal experience as a mother of four children, three of whom have disabilities ranging from hearing loss to Asperger's Syndrome.
Beverly's dedication to providing high-quality care and services to individuals with disabilities has been evident throughout her career. She has acquired a wealth of knowledge through her active participation in caring for the unique needs of individuals and families across a spectrum of disabilities, including Down's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, global delays, genetic syndromes, multiple diagnoses, and behavior disorders.
Beverly's exceptional vision for PPRS has led to the growth and success of the company. Her leadership and expertise have attracted the best people to provide the most comprehensive care possible. She continuously furthers her education through professional forums and stays active in the community to ensure that PPRS remains at the forefront of the industry.
Beverly's passion for making a difference within the disability community is truly infectious. Her positive, goal-driven motivation inspires those around her to be their best. She has created an unparalleled environment for compassion, which reveals itself through the successful individuals and families that PPRS serves. Under her guidance, PPRS has become a trusted provider of respite care services, and Beverly is committed to ensuring that the company continues to thrive and provide exceptional care for years to come.
Joshua is a highly skilled financial professional with over 21 years of experience in contract procurement, strategic planning, and financial planning. He brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Pikes Peak Respite Services, where he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of financing and budgeting for the company.
Joshua's focus on the economic health of PPRS has been instrumental in the company's growth and success. Through his strategic planning, he has been able to guide the company towards financial stability, which has allowed for the expansion of respite care services to a wider range of clients.
In addition to his financial expertise, Joshua is also an expert in federal and state policies, contracts, and Medicaid. He works closely with government agencies to ensure that PPRS is in compliance with all regulations and guidelines, which allows the company to provide the highest level of care to its clients.
Prior to joining PPRS, Joshua served in the United States Army, where he held several positions in contract procurement and financial planning for the Department of Defense. He was also an Equal Opportunity Employment Advocate, where he focused on ensuring that all personnel were treated fairly and with respect.
Joshua is a proud father of three children and lives in Colorado Springs, CO. He enjoys spending time with his family, hiking in the mountains, and participating in outdoor activities.
“Your fear of becoming too attached probably means you would be a great foster parent.”
Tiffany is a long-standing member of Pikes Peak Respite Services, having been there from the beginning. She is deeply committed and hardworking, and her dedication stems from her own experience as a mother of a child diagnosed with Lladau Kleffner Syndrome and Autism. Tiffany has a comprehensive understanding of working with child welfare services and the many concerns surrounding child placement in consideration of each child's unique and sensitive circumstances.
Tiffany firmly believes that "You are your child's best therapist and advocate," and strives to make disability care more manageable for staff by creating easier pathways to meet their goals. As the resident IT expert, Tiffany expertly guides both staff and providers through all technical processes and continuously seeks to innovate and improve information systems' flow.
Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Tiffany has loved living in the mountains of Florissant, CO for the past 22 years. She is an active member of the Teller County community and has a particular interest in foster and adopted children. Tiffany has four children and enjoys traveling, reading, photography, music, and snow!
Jessica is a key member of PPRS and plays an important role in ensuring that all the elements work together seamlessly in the field. She brings a meticulous attention to detail to care plans and assessments, instilling a deep sense of confidence in the individuals and families who rely on PPRS for services.
As a specialist in brain injuries, Jessica possesses a wealth of knowledge that is invaluable to PPRS. Prior to joining the team, she worked as a respite services provider, gaining hands-on experience in both caregiving and homemaking. In addition, she holds a certification in brain injuries and has managed two residential group homes, supervising brain injury technicians with great success.
Jessica's educational background in Business Management has also proven useful in her role at PPRS, enabling her to effectively manage various aspects of the organization's operations.
Although originally from Long Island, NY, Jessica has been a resident of Colorado since the age of six. She now resides in Florida, where she works remotely for PPRS. Jessica is the proud mother of two teenage boys and finds working in the healthcare field to be extremely rewarding.
"Inclusion is not bringing people into what already exists; it is making a new space, a better space for everyone." -George Dei
Janell's background in caregiving has allowed her to develop a deep understanding of the needs of individuals and families seeking quality care. As a High Fidelity Wrap Around Facilitator, she continues to make a difference by facilitating the development and implementation of comprehensive care plans for clients with complex needs.
Janell is known for her ability to build positive relationships with her clients, their families, and other stakeholders involved in their care. She firmly believes that every individual has unique strengths and qualities that should be celebrated and embraced.
Janell earned her B.A. in Human Resource Management with a Minor in Diversity Awareness from the University of Maryland University College. Currently, she is pursuing a graduate program in Clinical Mental Health and Counseling to further her knowledge and skills in the field of mental health.
As a Space Force spouse, Janell has had the opportunity to live and work overseas at a Japanese middle school. This experience has broadened her perspective and enhanced her ability to work effectively with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
When she's not working, Janell enjoys spending time outdoors, crafting, and traveling. Her passion for adventure and exploration is reflected in her commitment to continually learn and grow both personally and professionally.
“In a gentle way you can shake the world.” - Mahatma Gandhi
Calista is an invaluable member of the PPRS team, known for her dedication and compassion towards individuals with special needs. Her passion for helping others led her to pursue a career in healthcare, and she has been making a positive impact on the community ever since.
Calista's previous experience as a provider and office manager at PPRS has given her a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies involved in providing high-quality care. Her current position as EVV and Billing Specialist is an integral part of the company's operations. Calista has a degree as a Medical Assistant and has also worked as an EMT/Paramedic, which gives her an in-depth understanding of medical billing and coding.
Aside from her professional achievements, Calista is a dedicated mother of two beautiful girls. She values spending quality time with her family and enjoying her hobbies, which include reading, painting, photography, and making jewelry. Calista is originally from Delaware but has lived in Florida and now calls Colorado Springs her home.
Brett is the Pikes Peak Respite Services Office Manager and Onboarding Specialist.
Brett is a dedicated and skilled team member of Pikes Peak Respite Services who plays a crucial role in the agency's onboarding and administrative processes. He takes pride in ensuring that all new Providers have a seamless and efficient onboarding experience, guiding them through the various stages of the application process, including training, background checks, and federal and state paperwork.
As the first point of contact in the office, Brett has a welcoming and approachable demeanor, making visitors and employees alike feel at ease. He is always ready to lend a helping hand or answer any questions that come his way.
In his free time, Brett enjoys getting outdoors and engaging in various sports activities such as surfing, dirt biking, and motorcycle riding. His love for the outdoors and adventure is balanced with his dedication to his work, making him an invaluable asset to the PPRS team..
Kristina’s role at PPRS is covers the scope of Administrative Assistant and beyond. The support she provides has proven critical to the successful implementation of efficient respite services.
She is dedicated to fulfilling her role as she deeply cares for the community and feels that helping a child develop is one of the most important things she can contribute in her lifetime. She loves being around children and the result of witnessing their growth and creativity gives her purpose and fulfillment. Kristina previously worked in the Child Development Center at Pikes Peak Community College and has earned a degree in Early Childhood Education.
She has also served as the President of the Parent Teacher Community Organization (PTCO); where she organized numerous activities and successful fundraising events. She also has 15 years of experience working with children being a caregiver out of her home.
As a cancer survivor and bone marrow transplant recipient she radiates positivity and light.
Kristina has two children and she loves to go camping while enjoying the outdoors with family and friends.
“Diversity is having a seat at the table, Inclusion is having a voice, and belonging Is having that voice be heard.” – Liz Fosslien
Jaime's experience and passion for respite care have been invaluable to her role as Compliance Officer for PPRS. She intimately understands the challenges and struggles that families with special needs face, as she is a mother of four children, three of whom have Autism and complex medical diagnoses.
Jaime's extensive knowledge and experience in various therapies, such as ABA, CBT, DBT, SLP, OT, PT, and swim and play therapy, allow her to provide guidance and support to families and caregivers at PPRS.
Prior to her current position, Jaime served as a provider for PPRS and holds a QMAP Med Tech certification. She is also a military wife of 20 years and has lived in multiple states throughout her life.
Jaime is an avid baker, enjoys photography, playing board games, and watching her daughter compete in dance competitions. Her dedication to her family, community, and her work at PPRS is truly inspiring.
Claire is a dynamic professional who excels in advocating for youth and serving as a liaison between families, service providers, and government agencies. She has a deep passion for helping children and families, and this drives her to work tirelessly to ensure that they receive the care and support they need.
As a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children (CASA), Claire has gained invaluable experience advocating for the best interests of children in court cases involving abuse, neglect, and dependency. She has worked with children of all ages and backgrounds, and has a keen understanding of the complex issues they face.
Claire received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Advocacy and Social Policy from Arizona State University in 2021. She is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work degree, and is dedicated to staying current on the latest research, trends, and best practices in the field.
In addition to her academic achievements, Claire has an impressive track record of success in her professional roles. She has served as a care coordinator, case manager, and program director, and has worked in a variety of settings, including schools, community organizations, and government agencies. Her ability to navigate complex systems and build strong relationships with stakeholders has been critical to her success.
Claire is a dedicated and compassionate professional who is committed to improving the lives of children and families. She is a true asset to any organization, and her expertise and leadership make her a valuable member of the PPRS team.
“As we work to create light for others, we naturally light our own way” -Mary Anne Radmacher
Samantha's dedication to serving children and youth began during her undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, where she obtained dual degrees in Public Affairs, Criminal Justice, and Psychology in 2017. Throughout her studies, Samantha developed a passion for working with young children and has since been dedicated to making a positive difference in their lives.
Prior to joining PPRS, Samantha worked for a nonprofit organization that served low-income families and children. In this role, she worked to ensure that children had access to resources and support that could help them thrive. She has also volunteered as a mentor and tutor for at-risk youth, which has further fueled her passion for helping young people succeed.
As part of the PPRS team, Samantha is dedicated to supporting families and individuals with disabilities by ensuring that they receive the best possible care. She brings her knowledge and experience to her work, and is always striving to learn more and improve her skills.
When Samantha is not working, she enjoys spending time outdoors and taking advantage of all that Colorado has to offer. She is an avid rock climber and enjoys hiking, camping, and skiing. Family is also important to Samantha, and she makes spending time with them a priority.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
— Maya Angelou
Hello! I'm Mya, a passionate animal lover and advocate. My heart has a special place for rescues, evident from my pit bull, Mr. Siege, whom I saved, and my feline friend, Kirby Cheeseburger Thumper III. Kirby's own rescue story is close to my heart, as my partner found her abandoned on the road. Recently, she graced us with a single, adorable kitten.
When I'm not caring for my furry family, you can find me by any body of water, be it a lake or the ocean. Swimming is my solace. Often, I'll pair a fishing trip with Mr. Siege's delightful company. My evenings are best spent soaking in the vibes of concerts and live music.
And if you're ever wondering what to order for me at a diner, cheese fries always win the day!
“Life is not what you alone make it. Life is the input of everyone who touched your life and every experience that entered it. We are all part of one another.” ―Yuri Kochiyama
Rebecca Crofoot is a highly experienced Agency Efficiency Manager Professional at Pikes Peak Respite Services. With a strong background in franchise ownership and nonprofit management, Rebecca has a wealth of knowledge in operations, finance, HR, and administration. Her passion for helping others is evident in her work, and she thrives on providing support from behind the scenes.
Outside of work, Rebecca is a proud mother of a creative daughter who constantly amazes her with new hobbies. Her husband is a veteran in the Army, and they are kept busy with their four dogs. Rebecca is also a passionate animal rescuer and has fostered over 55 dogs in just over two years.
When Rebecca is not busy with work or animal rescue, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places. Her favorite vacation was a two-week trip to Australia where she got to hold a Koala, feed kangaroos, and wild dolphins. Pikes Peak Respite Services is fortunate to have Rebecca as a part of their team, and she continues to make a significant impact on the agency's growth and development.
"Sometimes the best way to solve your own problems is to help someone else"
Nicci is a dedicated and passionate member of the Pikes Peak Respite Services team. Initially joining as a Provider in December 2021, Nicci quickly became known for her love of people and her ability to provide mentorship, community connections, and respite services to families in need. Her experience and growth in working with our families over the past year made her an easy choice to join the administrative team when the need arose.
Currently, Nicci is launching the Host Homes Program in Pueblo and is responsible for evaluations and monitoring in that area. She also assists with creating Individual Service and Support Plans (ISSPs) to ensure that our families are receiving the best possible care.
In her free time, Nicci enjoys reading, playing Dungeons & Dragons, going on road trips, dyeing her hair, lifting weights, and taking her cat Ash for a walk. Her commitment to helping others and her dedication to our team make her an invaluable asset to Pikes Peak Respite Services.
"They told me I couldn't. That's why I did" Michael Jordan
Kylee is our Lead Field supervisor for El Paso County,
and the PPRS HFW Family Support Partner
Kylee is a passionate and dedicated individual who was born and raised in upstate NY. After graduating high school and college in 2007 with a degree in animal science, she quickly realized that her true calling was in helping people. In 2019, Kylee moved her family to Colorado to pursue her career in special needs care.
As a mother of four children, each with their own unique needs, Kylee has extensive hands-on experience caring for kids with Autism, ODD, sensory processing disorder, depression, ticks, stimming, and compromised immune systems. In September 2019, Kylee joined Pikes Peak Respite Service as a provider, where she quickly excelled and stood out as a top performer.
With her exceptional skills and commitment to helping others, it was only natural that Kylee was offered a position in the administrative team at Pikes Peak Respite Service. In her role as an admin, she continues to use her experience and expertise to support and advocate for special needs families.
In her free time, Kylee enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, skiing, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer. She is a true asset to the Pikes Peak Respite Service team, and we are grateful to have her on board.
" You are the artist of your own life, don't hand the paintbrush to anyone else"
Brittany Kible is a self-motivated and progress-driven individual that comes to us with an extensive background in early childhood education, management, and customer relations. Her experience in early childhood education ranges from that of a lead preschool teacher to the director of a large center. She possesses extensive knowledge in Social Emotional Learning and Inclusion and has received some of the highest ratings for effective teaching by the State of Colorado. Brittany's journey as a childhood educator began with a deep-rooted love for children and a desire to make a positive impact on their lives.
Throughout her career, Brittany has been responsible for designing and implementing developmentally appropriate activities that catered to the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional needs of the children. Brittany has honed her abilities in state rules and regulations, family relationships, and data verification. Brittany strives to enhance her knowledge and skills through professional development opportunities. Brittany is excited to join our team as a Facilitator at Pikes Peak Respite Services.
Brittany, her husband, and their two children are natives of Colorado, and they call Woodland Park home. They enjoy spending their free time camping, fishing, riding ATVs, loving on their three fur babies, and attending Broncos games.
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