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Developmental Disabilities Division

Department of Community and Human Services

Developmental Disabilities Division

Chinook Building
401 5th Avenue, Suite 520
Seattle, WA 98104

ddd@kingcounty.gov
Phone: 206-263-9061
Fax: 206-205-1632
TTY: 711 Relay Service

Department: Community and Human Services
Adrienne Quinn, Director

Retirement Age Activities

Community Access Services

Retirement services for individuals with developmental disabilities are called Community Access Services. Community Access services are for people with developmental disabilities ages 62 and older who:

  • have retired, or
  • have never worked and don’t want a job.

These services will:

  • assist individuals to participate in activities, events and organizations in the local community in ways similar to others of retirement age
  • provide the support necessary to build and strengthen relationships between family members and members of the local community who are not paid to be with the individual
  • find places where an individual’s interests, culture, talents, and gifts can be contributed and shared with others with similar interests
  • provide opportunities for people to do things they enjoy as well as new and interesting things
  • support participation in clubs, associations, and organizations as members and in decision-making capacities.

Community Access Providers

King County contracts with the following agencies to provide Community Access Services:

Alpha Supported Living Services
2611 NE 125th Street, Suite 145
Seattle, WA  98125
Phone: 206-284-9130
Fax: 206-284-0769

AtWork
690 NW Juniper
Issaquah, WA 98027
Phone:  425-392-1812

Community Trades & Careers
P. O. Box 2558
Everett, WA 98203
Phone:  425-353-7521

Elder & Adult Day Services
12831 NE 21st Place
Bellevue, WA 98005
Phone:  425-867-1799

Highline Community College
P. O. Box 98000, MS 99-180
Des Moines, WA 98198
Phone: 206-878-3710, Ext. 5134
 
L. Turner Associates, Inc.
P.O. Box 15352
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206-524-5751 or
Phone: 206-364-6544 ext. 164
FAX: 206-522-7786

Northwest Center
7272 W. Marginal Way S.
Seattle, WA 98108
Phone: 206-285-9140
Fax: 206-286-2300








































































Northwest's Child, Inc.
1823 N. 85th street
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: 206-526-2493
Fax: 206-299-9285

PROVAIL
P. O. Box 77048
Seattle, WA 98177
Phone: 206-826-1037

Service Alternative Community and Employment Services
1833 N. 105th, Suite 101
Seattle, WA  98133
Phone: 206-478-4894
Fax: 866-850-2450

Sound Employment Services
709 NE Northlake Way
Seattle, WA  98105
Phone: 206-634-3459
Fax: 206-634-2043

Special Care Agency
4121 McKinley Street
Carnation, WA  98014
Phone: 425-333-4114
Fax: 425-333-4115

Total Living Concept
1132 W. James Street
Kent, WA  98032
Phone: 253-854-7663
Fax: 253-854-7663

Work Opportunities
6515 202nd Street SW
Lynnwood, WA  98036
Phone: 425-778-2156
Fax: 425-670-1459






































































 






King County Funded Integrated Senior Services Project - t1

    The Northshore Senior Center in Bothell manages a project designed to connect older adults with developmental disabilities to senior center services. Center staff work individually with adults to help them identify their interests, gifts and needs and then to involve them in activities of their choice. These activities may include, but are not limited to: arts programs, physical activities, the Health Enhancement Program, clubs, outings, support groups, special events, meals, committees and volunteer opportunities. The Center is open seven days a week from 8:30 – 4:30 p.m. with occasional evening programs. In addition to programs in Bothell, activities are scheduled in Kenmore, Woodinville and Mill Creek. The Center recruits and trains volunteers to ensure that each participant’s experience is comfortable and fulfilling. These volunteers meet and greet project participants, introduce them to other members and ensure they are safe and comfortable while at the Center. Please call 425-487-2441 for more information about this program.