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  • Is this right for you? Find a wealth of information here.

  • Whether you’re just beginning to get a sense of the adult service system or you’re well versed, the need for information remains constant.

  • A self-directed questionnaire for every stage of life. For adulthood: "What does it take to live as independently as possible? Are you making decisions about where you want to live, work and have fun?"

  • Who can vote in Washington State.

  • Find out what you qualify for and how Social Security can help you.

  • (This includes SSI) Check eligibility requirements, whether you can apply online, and find employment support and work incentive program information.

  • The wallet card is a tool to be used by a teenager or an adult with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or intellectual disabilities. Visit us to see how to apply for and use a card, when to use it, and tips on how to safely interact with law enforcement and first responders.

  • Growing, learning and achieving does not end at adulthood. It continues throughout life, and at your own pace.

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