WASILC Updates

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October is National Disability Awareness Month

October is National Disability Awareness Month. Each week we will feature a new theme and share true stories sure to inspire! Learn about pivotal disability rights activists, the intersectionality of BIPOC and disability, employment and disability, and much more.

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Planning Today for a Safer Tomorrow: Disability in Emergency Preparedness Conference

Join us for a free, virtual conference November 17-18, 2020 about emergency preparedness. Register today!

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WASILC Stands In Solidarity with the Black Community

WASILC Solidarity Statement in support of the Black community.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Resources and information for disease prevention, communication accommodations, disability-specific advocacy, and more.

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Take the Youth and Young Adult Transition Survey Now!

We are seeking your support and collaboration in our efforts to hear the voices of youth and young adults with disabilities in every corner of Washington.

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WASILC 2021 Quarterly Meeting Calendar

We invite you to join the WASILC council at our quarterly meetings.

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