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SILVER SPRING, MD 20910
SEEC provides support and services to people of all ages who have autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other intellectual disabilities, and the families that love them.
Your gift to SEEC will be used to fund critical programs that can often be a lifeline of hope and help. Our supports span a lifetime of changing needs as people grow and develop from childhood throughout adulthood.
Children and Families:
The high hopes and dreams parents have for their young children are often replaced by fear and hopelessness when they receive a diagnosis of a developmental disability. SEEC’s Parent-to-Parent program has helped hundreds of families in Montgomery County with free and confidential mentoring and resource sharing providing a network of support and understanding when they need it most.
Young adults often leave the school system lacking critical skills need to succeed in the workplace. In partnership with Ivymount School, SEEC is replicating Project SEARCH, an internationally renowned internship model to help young job seekers develop marketable skills that lead to long-lasting paid employment. To date, more than 100 interns have participated in SEEC’s replications of the program, and more than 80% are now working, earning competitive wages and benefits.
SEEC provides vocational, recreational, and residential supports to more than 200 adults in the Washington, DC area. Through employment supports folks like Waid are contributing members of the workforce. Our recreational supports provide opportunities for personal development and enrichments. SEEC staff also provide supports to 40 people in their homes to facilitate independence in daily living.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SEEC'S WORK ON BEHALF OF PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, VISIT US AT WWW.SEECONLINE.ORG