Senators Moreno and Lambert, co-prime sponsors, presented House Bill 18-1104. The bill establishes procedural safeguards for parents with disabilities in the context of child welfare, foster care, family law, guardianship, and adoption. Under the bill, a parent's disability cannot be a basis for denying or restricting temporary custody, foster care, guardianship, participation in adoption, or to restrict a parent's responsibility in domestic relations or dependency or neglect proceedings, unless a detrimental impact on the child can be shown. The bill shifts the burden of proof to the party that alleges that a parent's disability will have a detrimental effect on a child. If the burden of proof standard is met, the parent must be given the chance to alleviate concerns through the implementation of supportive parenting services. Any treatment plan must provide reasonable accommodations, as defined by the Americans with Disability Act of 1990, for the disability to allow for the greatest opportunity for successful completion. If a court determines that the right of a parent with disabilities to parenting time, parental responsibilities, foster care, guardianship, or adoption should be denied or limited, it must make specific written findings of fact that reasonable accommodations will not reduce the negative impacts on the child.