For the over 100,000 Washingtonians who live with dementia, social isolation can be a real challenge. One solution? A concept called dementia-friendly communities – neighborhoods, cities and counties that are equipped to support people with dementia and ensure that they can fully participate and contribute. Around the world, various initiatives are taking place along these lines. From dementia awareness training
Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program Match Waiver The Recreation and Conservation Funding Board is proposing changes to policies that will affect the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program’s Local Parks, Trails, and Water Access Categories. The board is seeking comments on four policy proposals providing four unique “pathways” many local governments (cities, towns, counties, tribes, special purpose districts) to provide less
Below is information on the Serving Those Who Served Conference which will include breakouts for County Programs. Please feel free to share this with any service providers in your County that you think would benefit from by attending. WHAT: Serving Those Who Served: Veterans Resource Providers Conference WHEN: 8:30-4:30, July 26/27 WHERE: Wenatchee Convention Center WHY: Establish greater collaboration within
WSAC Staff has put together and in-depth analysis of the House Budget that was released last week by the Washington State Legislature. Download the full report by click on the photo below or by following this link.