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Dream job – Buzz’s story

23-year-old Buzz had a dream of getting a tattoo and as a man with Autism, it was hard to find a shop that would provide accommodations. After many shops refused to tattoo him due to the fears regarding his disability,…

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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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King County Supported Employment Opportunities

King County’s commitment to supported employment started in 1990 when the King County Council created an initiative to provide paid, competitive employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities into integrated work settings in response to the issue of…

Nepal Trip 2019: SERC Day 1-5

SERC Day 1: Task Analysis Sunday, March 10th marked our first day learning and training with the Special Education Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children (SERC) in Kathmandu. We met with Kalpana and Anish Basnet who gave us a tour of…

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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…

Newsletter – March, 2019

Trillium 2018 Outcomes: On average, job seekers found work in 5 months. 62 percent of clients are working. 151 job placements, 93 people increased hours working, 32 students graduated with a job. Check out our updated website: https://trillium.org. Trillium’s mission…

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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…

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Day with Nirmala

Today our group was able to spend the day with Nirmala Gyawalini, she is the executive director of the Ability Development Society of Nepal (ADSoN) the sister organization of TRIFC. We visited the Pashupatinath Temple, a sacred Hindu temple located…

Trillium has Landed in Nepal!

Let the journey begin! Layover in beautiful Dubai on the way to Nepal. After a short but incredible layover in Dubai, we have officially arrived in Nepal. Special thanks to Mitra – our guide who greeted us at the airport…

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