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LifeSPAN Salty’s Fundraiser: Community, Contributions, Connections – September 12th 2015

Help Support LifeSPAN

Your donations help LifeSPAN reach more families to create a safe, secure, and wonderful life for their loved ones with a disability. Thanks to everyone who donated on May 5, 2015 through the Seattle Foundation Give Big Campaign to LifeSPAN.

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Get Involved with LifeSPAN

Join LifeSPAN’s growing network of people committed to creating and ensuring quality lives for individuals with disabilities. Check out our Membership FAQs or read more about becoming a network member, facilitator, or volunteer.

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Our Stories

LifeSPAN is a community and network of  families like yours striving to create a better life for their family member with special needs. Each family and individual connected to LifeSPAN has a unique and inspiring story to tell.

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Upcoming Events

We have great events coming up — both fun and educational. You can purchase tickets online now for the annual LifeSPAN Salty’s Fundraiser September 12, 2015 at Brown Paper Tickets > LifeSPAN Salty’s Event.

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We're Hiring Facilitators

LifeSPAN has openings for part-time network facilitators. We look for people with life experience to help adults with a disability connect with community and build a support network of friends.

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Photo Gallery

We hope you’ll enjoy perusing LifeSPAN’s photo gallery from events over the years. Check out LifeSPAN’s Facebook page for more current photo albums.

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Workshops

LifeSPAN offers workshops and training sessions to assist families in planning for the future of their loved ones with a disability. For dates, check the Calendar.

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Keep in Touch!

We would love to hear from you. Please keep in mind that our administrative office is staffed part-time. Email is the best way to reach us.

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LifeSPANWhat makes it hard for parents to imagine a satisfying life in the community for their son or daughter? Trusting in others and believing that people in the community will see the gifts of their children and relatives with a disability.

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Rachel, Dave, Jerry, and Dane at Celebration of Hearts

Rachel, Dave, Jerry, and Dane at Celebration of Hearts

Vision

Families receive peace of mind when they prepare a future for their relatives with disabilities which includes relationships. Peace of mind happens when you see, with your own eyes, the plans working while you are still actively involved. There is no better way to change the future than to plan for it.

Mission Statement

To support families in developing a safe, secure and quality future for their relatives with disabilities. Through planning, families envision futures where people with disabilities.

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lifespan-board-memebers | seattle washingtonCurrent Board Members:

Catherine Duffy

Paul Duffy

Jean Bateman, President

Martin Sellars, Treasurer

Hillary Rossi, Secretary

Susan Carmony, Vice President

Sue Willey, President Emeritus
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