ďUNDER THE SEAĒ
Open House (12-3:00 p.m.) Come visit the classroom 211, and view artwork.
Contact: Katia Ramirez, Psychologist 206-361-3471
-- Artist Reception::
Unit 301-02 Artists at 12:30 p.m.
Unit 303-04 Artists at 1:30 p.m.
Cross-Campus (305-06, 307-08, 311-312,313-14. 317-18, 319 Pat N)
Wed. Group Artists at 2:30.
Itís Springtime Ė a little soggy, but the calendar says it is Spring!
The gardens are being weeded and prepared for a summer of fun. The planting beds are in the process of being filled and amended for a new season of planting vegetables and flowers. All we need is a group of energetic Green Thumbs!
Funds are available from Friends of Fircrest for the purchase of new plants and other items needed for the beds. Some Houses have already made their requests and are on the road to growing.
Donít miss out! Reach out to Friends of Fircrest if you need help with your purchases.
Contact info: Send an e-mail request to
Marylander@comcast.net or call Terri Anderson 425.788.4529
Fircrest School is a residential center located on
85 acres of wooded and open spaces, within the
city of Shoreline, Washington.
Fircrest School serves a diverse population of about
220 individuals with developmental disabilities who require
skilled nursing care and
intermediate care. The nursing home program is the
only federally certified skilled nursing facility in
Western Washington licensed for the
long term care of people with developmental
disabilities and Intellectual disabilities. It provides individualized
health care and activities to individuals with unique medical challenges. The
program was named one of the nationís top nursing
homes by the Consumerís Research Council of America
The Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with
Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/ID) provides
individualized habilitative services that support
and enhance individual skills and strengths.
Short-term respite care and crisis intervention
services are also available.
Fircrest School is
close to major medical and
educational facilities that support the individuals
who live at Fircrest School. Its location allows
residents the opportunity to participate in many of
the sporting, cultural and outdoor events held in
the Seattle area.
Admission to Fircrest School is coordinated through DDA Region 2 Field Services staff.
Friends of Fircrest magazine
This e-magazine (e-zine) is a small start toward higher hopes. Your comments and suggestions are
welcome -- so are your articles. Check it out by
clicking on the magazine cover.
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"Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and
the blind can see."
-- Mark Twain
Friends of Fircrest is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization
advocating for the rights to quality living choices for
all people with developmental disabilities.
15230 15th NE
Shoreline, WA 98155
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