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We offer four programs for adults with developmental disabilities: - Connections–comprehensive day health services, including occupational therapy and social and recreational therapies for adults, ages 30+, with moderate to profound physical and intellectual disabilities. - Young Adult Achievement Center–a classroom-like environment for young adults age 18 to 30. The Achievement Center is focused on life-long learning and skill development. - Compassionate Care–comprehensive day health services and palliative care for adults, ages 18+ with profound to severe physical and intellectual disabilities. - The Senior Club–comprehensive day health services for adults, ages 60+, with mild to moderate physical and intellectual disabilities


Provides all inclusive vacation packages for individuals ages 16 and up who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Programs include social skills groups, summer camps, coaching and tutoring and young adult transition. Suitable for students aged 8+ who have a diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome, ADHD, learning disabilities or other similar traits.


We provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. It is our vision that all children achieve success in life. We partner with parents/guardians, and others in the community and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program achieving higher aspirations, gaining confidence to overcome challenges, improving relationships with family and community, and obtaining educational success by staying in school.


There are so many things to do with Girl Scouts! Every girl is welcome, and girls can join at any time in the year.


Regular recreational and educational activities & camps for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


A community-based non-profit organization, advocates for and works to support individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their life style goals through supportive housing, recreation and employment opportunities and community education.


The Outdoors for All Foundation is a national leader and one of the largest nonprofit organizations providing year round instruction in outdoor recreation for people with physical, developmental, and sensory disabilities since 1979.


Persons with intellectual disabilities, regardless of ability level, may participate in sports and other programs offered by Special Olympics Washington. Special Olympics athletes must be aged 8 and up. There is a Young Athletes program for children aged 2-7.


These programs are for individuals aged eight and up who require extra assistance and support. Programs include classes and trips, as well as sports programs.


Activities include sports, day camps, trips and tours, socials as well as gymnastics and martial arts classes. The programs serve individuals aged eight and up.