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Navigating Your Way

Navigating Your Way: Introduction

The first segment of this age-specific series focuses on an overview of the Navigating Your Way videos and what they will provide.

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 Ed Holen, Executive Director of WA DDC

Birth to Three

This video focuses on the alternatives to guardianship that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families may want to consider instead of guardianship.

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Pictures of Small Children 

Ages Three to 16

The ages of 16-21 represent the transition from school to work and from childhood to adulthood. These segments of Navigating Your Way identifies things to consider and plan for during the transition years.

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Pictures of Young Children

Ages 16-21: Part 1 

The ages of 16-21 represent the transition from school to work and from childhood to adulthood.  These segments of Navigating Your Way identifies things to consider and plan for during the transition years.

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 Pictures of young adults with disabilities

Ages 16-21: Part 2

The ages of 16-21 represent the transition from school to work and from childhood to adulthood. These segments of Navigating Your Way identifies things to consider and plan for during the transition years.

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  Pictures of young adults with disabilities

Ages 21-40: Part 1

Issues for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to consider during the young and middle adult years.

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  piactures of young adults

Ages 21-40: Part 2

Issues for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to consider during the young and middle adult years.

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  piactures of young adults

Ages 40+

This segment addresses the issues families may need to address as their son or daughter with disabilities gets older.

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  Pictures of older people on NYW background