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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
 
 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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Do you want to apply for the DD Council Local Leadership Project and create positive change in your local community and beyond? To download
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Ground-breaking Regional Workshops on Emergency Planning for People with All AbilitiesWhen and Where:February 24, 2015 (Best Western Mt
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Removing Barriers to Learning
Printable Version Students on the autism spectrum and other disabilities may have barriers to learning that you can help identify through changes in behavior at home. Learn the signs and steps to make sure your child is getting the supports and services needed. Signs to look for that indicate your child is having trouble learning: An escalation of destructive behaviors. Suspension from
» Click here to read this post.
AT&T Connect Ability Challenge
By Connect Ability Call for Volunteer Feedback Connect Ability is a three‐month AT&T global design competition for developers to leverage everyday technologies to create mobile and assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities.  The challenge aims to accelerate innovation of smartphone-­‐based assistive technologies, and rewards developers for engaging people with
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Enrollments to Open Soon in Key DDA Programs: Part Two
Click here for a printable fact sheet of Part Two The 6 Steps of Transitioning to New Programs The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) is beginning the process of transitioning to two new programs: Individual & Family Services (IFS) waiver and Community First Choice (CFC). Before the new programs take effect and enrollments begin for thousands who have been waiting for
» 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.
Do you want to apply for the DD Council Local Leadership Project and create positive change in your local community and beyond? To download
» Click here to read this post.
Ground-breaking Regional Workshops on Emergency Planning for People with All AbilitiesWhen and Where:February 24, 2015 (Best Western Mt
» Click here to read this post.
See all news releases
Removing Barriers to Learning
Printable Version Students on the autism spectrum and other disabilities may have barriers to learning that you can help identify through changes in behavior at home. Learn the signs and steps to make sure your child is getting the supports and services needed. Signs to look for that indicate your child is having trouble learning: An escalation of destructive behaviors. Suspension from
» Click here to read this post.
AT&T Connect Ability Challenge
By Connect Ability Call for Volunteer Feedback Connect Ability is a three‐month AT&T global design competition for developers to leverage everyday technologies to create mobile and assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities.  The challenge aims to accelerate innovation of smartphone-­‐based assistive technologies, and rewards developers for engaging people with
» Click here to read this post.
Enrollments to Open Soon in Key DDA Programs: Part Two
Click here for a printable fact sheet of Part Two The 6 Steps of Transitioning to New Programs The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) is beginning the process of transitioning to two new programs: Individual & Family Services (IFS) waiver and Community First Choice (CFC). Before the new programs take effect and enrollments begin for thousands who have been waiting for
» Click here to read this post.