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Your Voice Can Make a Difference

Historically, the Washington legislature has supported students with developmental disabilities transitioning to work/secondary education by funding waiver slots for them every biennium. It has been a bipartisan effort to fund Transition Services. Unfortunately, the current house budget only funds 10%…

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2nd day with Nirmala

Friday the 8th Our second day with Nirmala began with visiting two children’s center in Kathmandu, Disabled Rehabilitation Center (DRC) and Disabled New-life Center (DNC.) Both centers provide services to children with disabilities and those without any other means of…

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Employment Advocacy Day 2019

Employment Advocacy Day, March 6th, was a fantastic experience. The day was a wonderful opportunity for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to share their stories about why work matters with their legislators. Legislators learn about how a paycheck earned…

From Hesitation to Happy Hire

Monica’s Cafe in Silverdale, Washington has a diverse team keeping the busy flow of customers’ content. If you come in on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Rachel may greet you with open arms and a large smile, easing you into the…

2017 Trillium Outcomes

The stats are in for 2017. The impact we have had on the community can be seen by the numbers. We have served 571 people, 199 people are job searching and 372 people are currently working. In May we identified…

Advocacy in Olympia 2017!

We love our annual trip to Olympia to share stories of supported employment with legislators.  This year dozens of clients met with nearly 40 legislators from 18 districts across Western Washington.                 Legislators…

WHY WORK MATTERS

We recently asked a number of our clients why working is important to them. Here’s what we found out: “I want to work so that I can help my family pay bills. I also want to work because I love…

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