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Autism Workshops flyer

New to Autism?

Mark your calendar for a series of four online workshops from Children’s Therapy Center that explore the world of autism!

View the full calendar and sign-up information here.

This series is open to anyone in the community caring for an autistic child. Please share with friends and family.

Resources from Living Well Kent

Living Well Kent’s mission is to provide public spaces and initiatives that encourage healthier lifestyles and better living. Their Health and Wellness Program provides a wide variety of wellness services and activities, from system navigation like referrals, to access to health screenings and baby items. 

Visit their website for more information.

Vietnamese Family Autism Advocacy Board

The Vietnamese Family Autism Advisory Board (VFAAB) is a coalition of families, passionate community members, and medical support service providers that seeks to be a resource to families, assisting people with navigating the care system to connect to support services and educating the community about autism and developmental delays.

The VFAAB will host an autism information day on April 22. All are welcome.

Visit their website for additional information.


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:


Free Dental, Vision and Medical Care

Seattle/King County Clinic offers free dental, vision and medical care to anyone in the region who struggles to access or afford healthcare. The four-day clinic, which is in its eighth year of operation, is produced each year by more than 100 community organizations and thousands of volunteers. Patients are assisted each day on a first-come, first-served basis. All services and procedures are provided free of charge by licensed healthcare professionals. Interpretation services are available, and patients do not need to show identification or proof of immigration status.

Learn more!