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6-10-18: The Arc of King County, 5K for Inclusion, www.thearcofkingcounty.org

The Arc of King County in an 82 year long non-profit organization that serves all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities across the lifespan: from prenatal diagnosis through end of life care. The programs are free to families and help the individual to live to the best of their ability, to learn self advocacy; and for parents and care givers there is good peer-to-peer support that happens. An important piece of the work at this time is with helping to prevent homelessness for this population. 3 of the staff share the insights: Robin Tatsuda, Claire Tierney, and Madeleine Wood. A great way to learn more and to support this important work is to be involved the 5K for Inclusion on Saturday June 16 at Renton Memorial Stadium. Allan Fee is the emcee!! www.thearcofkingcounty.org

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