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New Staff at Wise…

We are excited to share some changes to our Team at Wise this spring. We have recently welcomed a new program manager, Josie Sparks. Josie brings years of experience in employment and community inclusion program development. In addition, we have added a new position...

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Reflections on Community Inclusion by Stephen Eyman

Recently I caught wind of the decision to change the name of the Community Access Program to Community Inclusion. As I think back on my years as a Community Access Specialist in Spokane, I can’t help but reflect on the meaning of true inclusion in our community and...

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2018 Recruit, Train, Retain

2018 Recruit, Train, Retain Workshop October 10th and 11th Book your rooms by 9/21 for the block discount at the beautiful Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, WA! The next in a series of two-day leadership and management workshops designed to assist program managers and their...
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Breaking Barriers: Discover the True Person

Please join Josie and Jim from Wise for a webinar about discovery; translating skills and interests into valuable social roles and jobs in the community!  Learn to develop mutual respect to assist individuals in finding their own motivation and then co-develop a...
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Avoiding the Volunteer Trap: Labor Rules and Regulations for Unpaid Work Experiences

WEBINAR CANCELLED: Due to some recent rule changes that directly affect the content of this webinar, we have to decided to cancel this session. We will be looking to reschedule this webinar for January and will announce once confirmed.  
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New Staff at Wise…

We are excited to share some changes to our Team at Wise this spring. We have recently welcomed a new program manager, Josie Sparks. Josie brings years of experience in employment and community inclusion program development. In addition, we have added a new position...
Read More

Reflections on Community Inclusion by Stephen Eyman

Recently I caught wind of the decision to change the name of the Community Access Program to Community Inclusion. As I think back on my years as a Community Access Specialist in Spokane, I can’t help but reflect on the meaning of true inclusion in our community and...
Read More