Meet Ivanova, IDD civil rights advocate telling you all about her life.
From the youth perspective! Hannah would like to share her story through three poems. These poems focus on Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Bullying. Thank you for taking the time to listen to them! Below are her poems in the order they are presented: Depression By Hannah Depression, A dark void, A black hole of life, Read More
Mentor. Volunteer. Learn. These are just some of the ways our young adults are making a difference! The programs of PAVE connect with youth in Washington – the sons and daughters of our military and civilian families. We provide useful information and resources while they are in school (K-12). For career and college readiness. Read More
We all have hopes and dreams. Meet Randy, Sarah, Emily and Mia – they are four of Washington’s working age individuals with disabilities! Hear their hopes and dreams and help them be a part of our workforce! They represent 23.7% of the 483,334 working age adults in WA.
Question: What are a few of your favorite things to do? Answer: Would art, nature, singing, sewing, drawing, cooking or listening to the National Anthem make your list? They are on Mia’s and Sarah’s lists of favorite things. Meet two of Washington’s young adults connected to PAVE.