- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Accommodations in Jails, Prisons, and the Special Commitment Center
- Right to have full accessibility needs of participants met at public events, facilities, and in media
- ADA Curb Cut Compliance
- Access to Public Transit
- Increase Access to Accessible Voting Centers, Technology, Registration, and Websites
- Olmstead: Right to Live in Community Compliance
- Successful Transitions: Prisons, Jails and Treatment Facilities to Community
- Awareness of Disability Pride, Identity, History, and Inclusion
- The Right to Fair Wages
- Right to Employment and Career Preparation
- Prevention of and Diversion from Homelessness and Institutionalization
- Available and Affordable Housing Options for People with Disabilities
- Prevent School Restraint and Seclusion
- Prevent Discriminatory Suspension and Expulsion of Students with Disabilities
- Abuse and Neglect Response Effectiveness
- Improving Sexual Assault Response in Long Term Care Facilities
- Improving Conditions in Residential Facilities
- Prevent Inappropriate Segregation of Inmates
- Delays in Competency Evaluations and Restoration Services
- Improving Conditions in Juvenile Detention Facilities, Jails, Prisons, and the Special Commitment Center
- Appropriate Medical and Mental Health Care for Inmates with Disabilities
- Kids’ Community Mental Health
- Quality, Available Advocacy
- Decriminalization of Disability
- P&A Access Authority
- Right to be a Parent
- Voter Outreach and Education
- Self-Advocacy Support
- Supported Decision Making and Alternatives to Guardianship
- Right to Financial Independence
- Right to be Rescued in an Emergency
- Rights of People with Invisible Disabilities
Factors for modifying the above:
- Disability Rights Washington has capacity to complete the new intervention type for the proposed case or project.
- Disability Rights Washington would have a unique role in the proposed case or project.
- The issue presented by the case or project is an advocacy opportunity that Disability Rights Washington was not aware of during its priority setting process.
Modification to these priorities:
- Additions or deletions to the priorities must be reviewed by the Joint Planning and Evaluation Committee (JPEC) and the appropriate advisory council(s) and approved by the Board of Directors.
  Focused on one school district.
  The issues of fair personal assistance services and availability and quality of TBI supports and services are addressed under the priority of Self-Advocacy Support and will be addressed through collaboration with the State Traumatic Brain Injury Strategic Partnership Advisory Council and Project PAS-Port for Change. Support for Allies in Advocacy is also covered by this priority.