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Autism Workshops at CTC

Autism Workshops in November

Join us on Wednesday, November 15 for the next workshop: “Autism and Mental Health.”

These valuable workshops are open to CTC families and members of the community and are FREE to attend.

Happening Tomorrow! Pierce County Developmental Disability Legislative Forum

Join the Pierce County Developmental Disability Online Legislative Forum tomorrow, November 14, from 6:30-8:30 pm. Connect with legislators, discuss vital issues, and make your voice heard.

Click here to learn more.

A mother holding her son in her lap. He is smiling at the camera.

King County Annual Legislative Forum on December 7 — Mark your Calendars!

The King County Developmental Disabilities Legislative Forum is an opportunity to educate elected officials on issues that are important to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) or delays and their families, friends, and supporters. 

New this year: a family room and quiet room to make the event more comfortable and welcoming for attendees.

The event takes place on Thursday, December 7th, 2023 from 6:00-8:30 pm. Please consider attending and let your voice be heard! Click here for more information.

New Manufacturing Studio for SPIO!

SPIO General Manager Brad Shatto (far left in photo) and CTC’s CEO Nichelle Brown (far right) at SPIO’s new manufacturing studio in Portland, OR. This is where the SPIO magic happens! SPIO vests and other compression garments are sewn and produced here before shipping out all over the world – including to families here in Washington state!

Learn more about SPIO and how proceeds of sales support CTC’s nonprofit mission: www.spioworks.com.

Turkey Giveaway in Pierce County

The Tacoma Police Department and Tacoma Ministerial Alliance are providing a FREE (first come first served) turkey to families for Thanksgiving.

Locations include:

CTC is Hiring!

We are recruiting for multiple positions at CTC, from Family Resources Coordinators (FRC), administrative roles, therapists and special educators.

Visit our website to learn more!