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Each year, thousands of individuals are sitting for weeks and even months for competency services in jails across the state. None of these people have actually been convicted of any crime, but they...
Assistive technology (AT) is any device or equipment used to increase, maintain or improve functional capabilities of persons with disabilities — assistive technology service is any service that...
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that courts must  be as accessible for people with disabilities, as they are for all others who seek justice. Compliance with the ADA has lagged in the...
People who experience sexual violence in long-term care need advocacy and support. However, studies show long-term care residents who experience sexual violence have little or no access to advocacy....
Washington Allies in Advocacy came together to assess the disability rights movement in Washington.
People who use American Sign Language (ASL) are experiencing barriers to accessing public benefits and publicly-funded services. All eligible people with disabilities should be able to access public...
The Amplifying Voices of Inmates with Disabilities (AVID) Jail Project of DRW focuses on improving conditions, treatment, and services for people with mental illness in jails within King County.
The Amplifying Voices of Inmates with Disabilities (AVID) Prison Project of DRW focuses on the needs of inmates with disabilities who are incarcerated in our state prisons and those who are...
C.F. v. Lashway, No. 2:16-cv-01205-RSM, is a class action lawsuit filed in the Western District Court of Washington.
Plaintiffs allege that DSHS and HCA do not have an adequate system for ensuring...
A Summary of National Research Studies compiled by DRW
This document identifies and summarizes the results of research studies around the nation regarding the outcomes of deinstitutionalization for...

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