March 15th, 9:30-3:30 pm, join WAAA and 4 prominent area special education attorneys for the next IDEA-Blueprints to Special Education - Neighborhood House, Highpoint Center, Seattle.
Gift of Time!
WAAA helps conect its member families with trained volunteers in their own communities.
Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy commends Sen. Andy Hill for his leadership and vision of setting standards for para-educators in public schools. The result would be better training and a career path for para-educators who deliver 52% of all instruction to special education students. ...
Stories of Hope
Our family moved to Tacoma, Washington, in the summer of 2007. It was soon after our move that our son, Bode, started showing certain signs that were worrisome. He was tiptoe walking, lining toys up and not sharing them, and he also lost eye contact. The few words he had learned early on just...
When parents send a child off to school, they assume that their child will be cared for and safe. For parents of kids with special needs, especially those kids who are non-verbal, families place a huge amount of trust in the ability of teachers and other staff to create a safe learning environment....
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From the Blog
Our family moved to Tacoma, Washington, in the summer of 2007. It was soon after our move that our son, Bode, started showing certain signs that were worrisome. He was tiptoe walking, lining toys...
- Supporting Parents of Autism (SPA) 11/03/2014 - The Neighborhood House Highpoint Center
- IDEA-Blueprints to Special Education 15/03/2014 - The Neighborhood House Highpoint Center
- Play & Support Group 22/03/2014 -
Donation Honor Roll
- Susan Leusner $200
- Robert & Renee Ott $75
- Michelle Connor $50
- Cohen Family in honor of Deborah Cohen $118
- Erin Mccormick-Pinter $25
- Katerina Riabova $25
- Ann Welz $50
- Jill McLaughlin $20
- Daphne Brindle $50