The pool at Camp Stand By Me has been providing therapeutic swim activities to campers with disabilities and older adults from the community for over 40 years. Now in need of significant updates, we are actively fundraising to restore and improve the pool facilities in 2016.
Suspecting Dylan may be battling something like a Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism Spectrum Disorder, the teachers and leadership team at Growing Years worked closely with Dylan’s family and outside resources to get him the assistance he needed. Read his story.
It's time for Washington to join the many states that have found ways to respectfully provide community solutions for their citizens who have residential care needs. Help us achieve the desegregation of people with developmental disabilities, urge lawmakers to close institutions.
Our Presidents' Council members know their gift does so much more than just provide great opportunities for children and adults of all abilities to live, learn, work and play: they sustain programs that change lives.
With high energy and an abounding enthusiasm, a small army of volunteers from TINYpulse spread their holiday cheer to the children and staff at Growing Years Child Development Center in Seattle.