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Postpartum Support Resources
Would you or someone you know benefit from postpartum support resources? Postpartum Support International offers more than 20 weekly, bimonthly, and monthly online support groups on topics ranging from birth trauma support, connection groups for Black moms, NICU parents, military moms, and a support group for dads.
Visit their site for more information and to register:
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. It’s a nationwide event to raise awareness about inclusion and addressing the barriers people with developmental disabilities face to ensure everyone has equal access to opportunities in all aspects of life.
Our friends at Informing Families offer a variety of resources and information to access.
Parenting While Black
“Radically Resistant: Fostering the Brilliance and Awe in Raising Bold Black Children”. This free virtual conversation series offered by Brazelton Touchpoints Center offers a safe and welcoming space to hold conversations for and by Black families. All are welcome to join and engage in these powerful conversations!
Need Help with Taxes?
Pierce County https://www.uwpc.org/tax-assistance
King County https://www.uwkc.org/need-help/tax-help/
Do you qualify for the Working Families Tax Credit? Visit the link below. This credit is also available to immigrant families without documentation.
Important Updates for Families Receiving Apple Health
The Washington State Healthcare Authority extended extended coverage for all Apple Health (Medicaid) clients during the Covid-19 pandemic, but those benefits are changing. Please visit their website to learn more:
New to Autism?
Mark your calendar for a series of four online workshops that explore the world of autism!
This series is open to anyone in the community caring for an autistic child. Please share with friends and family!