Initiatives

Connecting people with disabilities with a workplace that offers supportive employment. Wise promotes and brings diversity to the workplace.

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Georgia Capacity Building

The State of Georgia has committed to returning to a lead national position as one of the top 5 states in supported employment outcomes. This three year project assists the state in enhancing and expanding competitive integrated employment (CIE) opportunities for Georgia’s citizens with developmental disabilities.

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HireAbility Spokane

HireAbility Spokane provides Spokane County businesses with education, support and employment solutions by connecting them with skilled individuals who have developmental disabilities and are seeking careers.

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Stateside Technical Assistance

Technical assistance and training is funded by the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration, counties and other partners, with a focus on competitive integrated employment outcomes for high school transition students and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as other disabilities.

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Partners For Work

Rotarians can open doors! Partners for Work (PFW) has been a Rotary District 5030 project since 2008, and as of November 2016, it has developed 81 paid jobs for individuals in King County.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Wise’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) team formed in 2019 after consultation with a team from the University of Washington about the intersection of race and disability in the Supported Employment field. Since then, we have committed to continuously learning and growing as a team.

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Language Access Forum

The Language Access Forum Series is a six-part statewide facilitated conversation among Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities stakeholders about language access services

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Job Foundation

Community of Practice

The Job Foundation program helps increase employment outcomes for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in your community.

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