Families2021-11-05T09:02:50-07:00

“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.”
……………………………………………….– William Saroyan

You may be a parent wondering where to start and our educational professionals are here to help.  The WSDS team can:

  • Observe how the child is currently functioning and figure out next steps
  • Develop an appropriate assessment battery
  • Establish a workable communication system or improve an existing one
  • Develop outcomes or goals for a child’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) or Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Modify the environment to make it easier for the child to be included in family life or the general classroom curriculum
  • Transition services
  • Start planning for life after high school

Services for families and educators are focused on three specialized components, please contact our team members for your area of need:

Deaf/Hard of Hearing:

Birth to 5 years:
Rebecca Butz-Houghton
206-495-8518 (mobile)

Kris Ching
360-418-4292

6 to 21 years:
Erica Pedro
360-608-0806 (mobile)

Deaf-Blindness:

Birth to 21 years:
Katie Humes
360-947-3295

Deaf-Blind Services

Blind/Low Vision:

Birth to 5 years:
DeEtte Snyder
360-947-3305

6 to 21 years:
Pam Parker
360-947-3304

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