Early intervention program for disabilities serves families who have a child under three years old who has a significant delay in their development. Partners with local schools districts to determine eligibility for the program and then deliver services i

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Individuals with disabilities are employed at Starkey doing in-house work for local companies, from bagging small parts to assembly work, mail processing, fulfillment, packaging and recycling of computers and other electronics.

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The Epilepsy Foundation Northwest offers downloadable brochures for a variety of topics related to epilepsy.

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Being safe is important. Learn how to make your surroundings safer to prevent injury if a seizure occurs. Teach others what to do if they see a person having a seizure.

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For people with epilepsy seeking funding for educational purposes there are many options. Chris McCarthy Summer Camp Scholarship and Heath Scholarship.

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Capabilities provides service coordination to individuals diagnosed with epilepsy, other developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury.

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Formed in 1968, the Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.

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Competitive and Supportive Employment programs prepare, support and assist potential employees with epilepsy and other disabilities to secure community employment.

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The barriers, physical or otherwise, people with disabilities face begin with people’s attitudes — attitudes often rooted in misinformation and misunderstanding. Easter Seals provides answers to help everyone create solutions that change lives… maybe e

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