ABLE Savings Plan
Washington State's ABLE Savings Plan allows people with developmental disabilities to save more than the $2,000 limit and still qualify for SSI and DDA services. Adults can save $15,000 per year up to $100,000 and the savings can be used for a wide variety of purposes.
Access is King County's paratransit program. Tickets are $1.75 each way (cash, ticket book, or ORCA + $0.75) and rides must be scheduled in advance. The application for Access can be found on their website.
Alyssa Burnett Center
The Alyssa Burnett Center offers classes and social activities for adults with disabilities. Classes can be paid for using respite hours.
ARC of King County
The ARC of King County runs parent support groups and educational outreach. Check out the ARC's calendar for upcoming educational events about finding housing, respite, support groups, social activities, and more.
ARC of Snohomish County
The ARC of Snohomish County also runs parent support groups and education outreach. Check out their calendar for upcoming events.
DART is Snohomish County's paratransit program for people with disabilities. Tickets are $2.50 each way (cash or ticket book) and rides must be scheduled in advance. The application for DART can be found on their website.
King County guardianship forms and instructions can be found online and turned in at a courthouse.
Snohomish County guardianship forms and instructions can be found online and turned in at a courthouse.
Hunger Intervention provides food for students over weekends and breaks. Please let us know if you would like to access this resource.
Parent to Parent Blog
Parent to Parent runs support groups and a blog with resources.
Sibshop runs support groups for siblings of kids with disabilities. There are many Sibshops in the Bothell area for siblings of all ages.
Sound Mental Health
Mental health and crisis intervention for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Tavon Center provides day programs and community events for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Think College is an organization that assists people with intellectual disabilities to find accessible college programs.
Wranglers offers social activities and day programs for adults and teens with developmental disabilities. They also provide limited transportation to their facility at Bothell Senior Center. Popular activities include bowling and Wednesday classes. Many of our students also attend the summer program. Wranglers accepts respite hours in lieu of payment.