Washington

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State Wide Resources WA

Organizations:

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Washington Talking Book Library:
Located: 2021 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

Located in Seattle, the Washington talking book library is a program ran by the Washington state library, and provides access to audio books to those in Washington who suffer from a disability that prevents them from reading print on their own.  You also gain access to BARD which lets you download over 100,000 magazines, books and musical scores.

For more info click the link above to visit their site.

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Washington State Department of Services for the Blind:
Located: 3411 S Alaska St, Seattle, WA 98118

The Washington State Department of Services for the Blind is a state run agency that provides a range of services for the blind that include job counseling, adaptive skills training, and a range of programs geared towards youth.

For more info click the link above to visit their site.

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Lilac Services for the Blind:
Located: 1212 N Howard St, Spokane, WA 99201

Lilac Services for the Blind is a non-profit organization that provides services to those who are visually impaired to the inland northwest area. Their primary service is an independent living program that provides personalized training and instruction on how to live independently. Other services offered include support groups, a braille library, and a braille transcription service.

For more info click the link above to visit their site.

Education:

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Washington State School for the Blind:
Located: 2214 E 13th St, Vancouver, WA 98661

The Washington State School for the Blind is a place where blind and visually impaired children aged birth to 21 can receive specialized training and education to become independent. 

For more info click the link above to visit their site.

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