Become a great advocate with this special course offered by the Arc of King County!
*Applications due August 20, 2018
Do you want more for yourself, your family, and other people with developmental disabilities? This 10-month series hosted by The Arc of King County will give you the skills and knowledge to speak up and make a difference.
Your commitment: 10 Saturdays, a trip to Olympia, in-class and at-home learning, and one community project. Learning is hands-on and fun! We will provide lunch and snacks.
Classes will take place 9 am to 3 pm at The Arc of King County, 233 6th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109. Bus stops are nearby and there is parking on site, as well as paid street parking.
Advocacy is so important when it comes to Supported Living. People with developmental and intellectual disabilities are rarely a priority for statewide funding. Staff must deal with sky rocketing living costs while wages stagnate.
PSRS is committed to bringing visibility, voice, and attention to the challenges endured by supported living providers, the people we support, and our dedicated staff. We always need help - you can get involved. Learn more by reading some of our stories, and talking to your legislators.
Check out some of the stories below to find out how you can be an advocate for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and for supported living. Visit our Resources page for more.
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