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A partnership for communication on developmental disabilities issues in Washington state
A partnership for communication on developmental disabilities issues in Washington state
 
 The Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment (GCDE) is seeking applications from students to participate in the
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 The Washington State Supreme Court received a grant to initiate WINGS (Working Interdisciplinary Network of Guardianship
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 IMPORTANT* Changes to the Individual and Family Services (IFS) Program May 15, 2015 If you are currently
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The Arc of Washington State is inviting input on a brief (5-10min) market research survey for the Endowment Trust Fund. Please visit www
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The Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council is proposing amendments to the 2012-2017 State Plan. We welcome comments and
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 Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is helping students gain skills to manage their emotions, communicate, and resolve conflicts. SEL
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Assistive Technology for Behavioral and Emotional Health
Printable Version Autistics can be successful the way we are. We just have a different style brain and learning style. Video games are a great way for autistic people to learn how play with others. I learned turn-taking by playing video games with my sister. I have had hard time being social when I can’t be myself. When I was able to be myself, I became more social and started liking being
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ROADS to Financial Independence
Prepared by Washington Access Fund Are you a person with a disability who is working or interested in exploring employment? If  you're interested in making the most of your earnings or potential earnings, Roads to Financial Independence may be for you. Last month we announced a new financial capabilty program called ROADS. We are proud to be part of this national initiative aimed at
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Get Connected for the Summer
Printable Bulletin (pdf) Summer can be an isolating time because we no longer have school to anchor us to the community. It can feel like we’re all of a sudden left on our own and are solely responsible for the care of our (not so easy) children. It’s so important for both parents and kids to stay connected over the summer. Check local community calendars for meetups and other social
» Click here to read this post.
 The Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment (GCDE) is seeking applications from students to participate in the
» Click here to read this post.
 The Washington State Supreme Court received a grant to initiate WINGS (Working Interdisciplinary Network of Guardianship
» Click here to read this post.
 IMPORTANT* Changes to the Individual and Family Services (IFS) Program May 15, 2015 If you are currently
» Click here to read this post.
The Arc of Washington State is inviting input on a brief (5-10min) market research survey for the Endowment Trust Fund. Please visit www
» Click here to read this post.
The Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council is proposing amendments to the 2012-2017 State Plan. We welcome comments and
» Click here to read this post.
 Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is helping students gain skills to manage their emotions, communicate, and resolve conflicts. SEL
» Click here to read this post.
See all news releases
Assistive Technology for Behavioral and Emotional Health
Printable Version Autistics can be successful the way we are. We just have a different style brain and learning style. Video games are a great way for autistic people to learn how play with others. I learned turn-taking by playing video games with my sister. I have had hard time being social when I can’t be myself. When I was able to be myself, I became more social and started liking being
» Click here to read this post.
ROADS to Financial Independence
Prepared by Washington Access Fund Are you a person with a disability who is working or interested in exploring employment? If  you're interested in making the most of your earnings or potential earnings, Roads to Financial Independence may be for you. Last month we announced a new financial capabilty program called ROADS. We are proud to be part of this national initiative aimed at
» Click here to read this post.
Get Connected for the Summer
Printable Bulletin (pdf) Summer can be an isolating time because we no longer have school to anchor us to the community. It can feel like we’re all of a sudden left on our own and are solely responsible for the care of our (not so easy) children. It’s so important for both parents and kids to stay connected over the summer. Check local community calendars for meetups and other social
» Click here to read this post.