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Founder Amy Wright has two children with Down syndrome, Bitty and Beau, who the coffee shop is named after. She was aware that a majority of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are unemployed. Wright was determined to be part of the solution.

KING 5's Susannah Frame and Taylor Mirfendereski expose the reasons why Washington lags behind much of the country in serving one of its most vulnerable populations: students with disabilities.

PULLMAN – Evan Henniger always felt drawn to Washington State University.
His parents never thought college would be a possibility. Evan, 20, was diagnosed with Down syndrome shortly after his birth, and the prospect of venturing away from home on his own seemed unlikely.