NAPA Denver is located at
11211 East Arapahoe Road, Unit 118, Centennial,
Parking is FREE! Spaces are located in front of our building.
How do I book a 2023 intensive session?
All of our 2023 intensive session are booked. However, the first step to getting added to our Denver wait list is to fill out Intake Paperwork
Once submitted, please give our team 15 business days to determine an individualized program. Our therapists will confirm that your child is a candidate and recommend which of our therapies are best suited for their needs. We will then be able to add you to the wait list for the 2023 session of your choice.
Housing and Rentals
There are many hotels and rental options within a few miles of NAPA Denver.
Check out this list of Airbnb properties which have been favorites of other NAPA families! While we do not have affiliations with all Airbnb rentals, it is worthwhile to let them know you are a NAPA family as they may be willing to provide a discount or additional accessible features in regards to your stay.
The Water Walk apartment/hotel building is right across the parking lot from NAPA Denver. This is by far the most convenient place to stay! Walk to NAPA and rock your therapy sessions. Then head back to your home away from home and lounge in the outdoor living area or get your workout on in the fitness center. With multiple room options, including one and two-bedroombedroom suites, ask for the NAPA rate when booking.
- Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites – Denver Tech Center
For families who don’t need as much space still desire amenities, this is your place! About half a mile away from NAPA, this hotel has studios and one-bedroom suites. In your down time enjoy the indoor pool and hot tub. This hotel also has a full restaurant onsite and is conveniently located right behind Starbucks (Trust us, this will become really important during your intensive!)
- Ronald McDonald House Aurora
Located roughly 40 minutes away, RMDH can support NAPA families that need a little extra help to make an intensive possible. 30 Days before your Intensive starts your Intensive Coordinator can refer you at your request. After you are notified, this form has been submitted, follow up with RMDH to verify your eligibility and confirm availability.
Do we need a rental car?
NAPA Denver is within walking distance of several shops and restaurants. However, Denver’s public transit is extremely limited, and the city’s many attractions are spread throughout the metropolitan area. This being said, we do recommend you rent a car for your stay. There are many rental options available at DIA. If you need to rent a wheelchair accessible vehicle, check out unitedaccess.com/rental
Sessions run smoother when both the parents and therapists can focus on the patient at hand. If you must bring siblings, they may wait in the parent lounge with a parent. We ask you keep them off the therapy equipment and refrain from using toys as tempting as our open gym setting is.
If you would prefer not to bring siblings to sessions, KidsTown is a reputable drop-in daycare in the area and both the Paker and Smoky Hill locations are within driving distance. Both locations are approximately a 15–20-minute drive from NAPA.
11753 E Arapahoe Rd, Centennial, CO 80112
Smaller store focused on natural and organic options. Pricier than the larger chain stores, but they carry a good variety of items and are within walking distance of NAPA.
10900 E Briarwood Ave, Centennial, CO 80112
Our Walmart is likely the exact same as the one near you. If you need it, they have it.They offer free curbside pickup for orders over $35 and delivery for a fee.
6412 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 80016
King Soopers is our big chain grocery store. They have the best variety of name brand, organic, and local items offering curbside pickup for a fee.
1121 Washington St, West Newton, MA 02465
Grocery chain with a variety of signature items, organic options, and pantry staples. Most sell beer and wine as well.
Staff Picks for Dining
You will see there is no shortage of dining options near NAPA. There are many restaurants within walking distance and hundreds of restaurants within 5 miles!
- 2 Penguins Tap and Grill – 13065 East Briarwood Avenue, Centennial, Colorado
Super close and super yummy! It’s a Colorado tap room serving local and craft beers as well as Colorado spirits. They have live music on the weekends, patio seating options, and the best fried chicken in town. Don’t miss out on the crispy fried brussel sprouts either!
- Brewability/Pizzability - 3445 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80013
An inclusive brewery and pizzeria for all! This restaurant is completely staffed by individuals with disabilities. They have a really cool kid’s area with lots of toys - including a giant Lite Brite! There is patio seating (and outdoor Connect 4) with frequent live music events.
- Lowry Beer Garden – 7577 E Academy Blvd, Denver, CO 80230
This one is worth the drive (about 30 minutes) on a pretty day. Sit outside, play some outdoor games, and let the kids climb on the play equipment. Lowry Beer Garden serves a variety of beer with a focus on Colorado and handcrafted brews. They specialize in local brats and dogs as well as hamburgers and salads. The soft pretzel are a must! Pro tip: order for sharing. It is so big that it is served in a pizza box!
- Sushi Katsu – 9555 E Arapahoe Rd, Greenwood Village, CO 80112
In addition to a variety of Japanese items, Sushi Katsu is known for its All-You-Can-Eat sushi. Put on your stretchy pants and enjoy a night out. If you have any room left when leaving Sushi Katsu, walk across the parking lot to Milkit and try the rolled ice cream!
Just for fun weekend ideas
- Centennial Center Park
This is possibly the coolest playground you’ll ever play on – and your kids will probably love it too! Large platform swings, tons of water features, and areas for kids of all ages make this a must-do attraction. Bonus, it’s only 1.2 miles from NAPA!
- Denver City Park
Denver City Park is home to the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and an awesome playground. If you’re going to hit up the museum, check the website and see if there is a “low-sensory event” when you’re in town. Periodically, the museum opens only for families with disabilities providing extra accommodations.
- Englewood/Bellview Children’s Park
A favorite summer spot! The Park has several playgrounds, petting zoo, and a train ride. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day lounging (or practicing your Home Exercise Program) on the many large grassy areas! Don’t forget a swimsuit and water shoes to play in the creek.
- Red Tail Hawk Inclusive Park
This playground has something for everyone! There are switch-enabled musical instruments sprinkled throughout the variety of swings (including a wheelchair swing), slides, and ziplines. There are several sunshades for a break from the sun and, in warmer months, the splash pad gives everyone a fun place to cool off!
- Pro Sports
The only thing the people of Denver love more than craft beer is pro sports. Grab some team gear and catch a game! You have plenty to choose from – the Rockies (baseball), Broncos (football), Avalanche (hockey), Mammoth (lacrosse), Rapids (soccer), and Nuggets (basketball) all call Denver home.
- Children’s Hospital of Colorado – Anshutz Campus
13123 E 16th Ave
Aurora, CO 80045
- Mass General Waltham
40 Second Avenue
Waltham, MA 02451
This is our main children’s hospital. If your child needs any care by specialists while in Denver, this is where you want to go!
- Children’s Hospital Colorado – South Campus
1811 Plaza Dr
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
This hospital has Emergency Room services and Urgent Care services under one roof. This can be a huge money- and time-saver when you think you only need urgent care but want to make sure an ER is available just in case.
- Concentra Urgent Care (for adult care)
11877 E Arapahoe Rd, Ste 100
Centennial, CO 80112