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  • Growing and achieving doesn’t end at age 21. Education, relationships, and career milestones continue throughout life. Whether living in the family home or independently, the ultimate goal is for individuals to be able to live the life they want. In thinking about these early and middle adult years, help your family member set goals that continue to build on their strengths, interests, and abilities.

  • 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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