Parent Support Meeting: Applying for DDA

Parent Support Meeting Monday June 12th 7-8:30pm at The Arc’s Dan Godwin Community Center

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Do you have a child with developmental delays or disabilities, but aren’t sure what services are oth ther to help your child? Have you heard about DDA services, but are not sure what they are or how to apply? Have you wanted to apply for DDA services but just haven’t gotten around to it yet?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is a support meeting for you! Leslie Kivett, Eligibility Case resource Manager for the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) will join us to tell us about DDA services. She will discuss the eligibility requirements for these services. She will discuss the eligibility requirements for these services and the steps for filling out the application.
*Free on-side child care is provided to those who contact us by Thursday  June 8th.

For more information or for child care please call 715-0170 ext. 302 or email

Parent to Parent Workshop: Understanding Behavior

Understanding Behavior Panel & Networking Workshop

behavior child & parent

Guest panelists will include professionals working in the field of Behavioral Therapy as well as a parent panel. Discussion will include strategies for dealing with behavior, tips for parents, better understanding of ABA and a question and answer period.

Featured Panelists:
Sara White, Ph.D, BCBA_D, Sendan Center
Robyn Newberry, MS, BCBA, Endless Potential
Heather Dorn, BCBA, Pacific Northwest Autism


This workshop is for adults only. Child care is not provided. Snacks & beverages will be provided.

For questions contact Parent to Parent (360)715-0170 ext. 302 or

Map to St. Luke’s Community Health Education Center 3333 Squalicum Parkway, Bellingham

 Wednesday May 31, 6:30-8:30pm

Ask The Advocate Workshop- ABLE Act

Workshop: ABLE Act
6-8pm Tuesday, May 16, 2017
St. Luke’s Community Health Education Center (Room F)
3333 Squalicum Pkwy, Bellingham








Special Guest: Gina Stark, Staff to the ABLE Advisory Group


At this workshop participants will:

  • Learn about the ABLE Act and how to save for the future without impacting benefits.
  • Have an opportunity to offer feedback about accessibility and usability features, investment options and more as Washington develops an ABLE program.

Did you miss the workshop? Here are the resources we provided: 

Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Accounts

ABLE National Resource Center 

What are ABLE Accounts?