Tacoma – Summer Play Date at Titlow Park

Sharing Down Syndrome in Pierce County with Parent to Parent is hosting Saturday family meetups through the summer. So, come and join the fun!

Meetups will be regularly scheduled for the 3rd Saturday of the month at 11 am

Need to find us? Just look for blue and yellow ribbons and or lanyards to find us.

We are looking forward to enjoying the wonderful weather and families! Hope to see you there!

This park does have a splash pad!

Online by phone: Parent Point of View: The DDA Assessment

Join the conversation with other Pierce County parents.

This is a web-based group training and call about the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) assessment tool.

WHEN: Monday, June 3rd 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
• 20 minutes of training and information
• 30 minutes for questions and conversation

WHERE: best to join us online! 
Online https://zoom.us/j/559341128
By phone +1 646 558 8656 US or +1 720 707 2699 US

WHAT: Training overview of the DDA Assessment and conversation for caregivers and parents.

For parents and caregivers of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs.

Port Angeles – Join us for the Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy Visit

Here are the topics we will cover:

  • What are the services for the Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy (WAAA)
  • Special Education training
    • How to effectively read an IEP
    • Understanding each section of the IEP
    • How the IEP works when it’s put together
  • Overview of insurance rights
    • Private insurance
    • Medicaid
  • Time for questions

All over Washington State – Online – Radio KDNA 91.9 FM – Como Comunicarse con La Escuela de su Hijo


  • Los derechos que los padres tienen a la información sobre la educación de sus hijos
  • Consejos para comunicarse con la escuela
  • Maneras efectivas para prepararse para la reunión de su hijo
  • ¡Qué espera de nuestra próxima emisión de PAVE en Junio!


Socorro Trujillo es la coordinadora de Recursos para padres de PAVE y sirve a los que hablan español

Tacoma – People First Pierce County Meeting

New members are welcome!

We are people first, our disabilities are secondary!
We are part of a strong and growing statewide self-advocacy organization since 1981 when we were officially incorporated and received our 501-c-3 status. We are part of a professional organization with:
A board of directors composed of members with disabilities representing all areas of the state. They oversee the organization and its activities.
We are 1 of over 30 active chapters around the state of Washington with a membership of over 1,000 individuals. We are one of the top self-advocacy organizations in the United States.
We also have numerous resources for training materials on self-advocacy, leadership, fundraising, etc.