Passionate for inclusion, independence and education, we are the first resource for I/DD matters in King County.
We provide information, training and support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), family members, caregivers, friends, community partners and professionals through different advocacy, education and support programs.
We have MANY different programs. Some of them include:
PARENT TO PARENT PROGRAM
Parent to Parent (P2P) is a program for parents by parents who have children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) or with special health care needs. P2P provides a network of peer support, information and referral, and educational workshops.
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GENERAL INFORMATION & REFERRAL
This program offers information about community and government resources available for people with I/DD and may refer to other services and supports as needed.
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MULTICULTURAL INFORMATION & REFERRAL
This program offers information, referral and practical support about community and government resources for multicultural families caring for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their native language.
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SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICES
A contracted program funded by the State of Washington that provides residential support and advocacy for adults ages 18 and older who have an intellectual or developmental disability and who live in King County.
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