Developmental Disability

SKCAC Industries and Employment Services


Established in 1967, SKCAC was organized as a non-profit corporation with the goal of helping people with disabilities become full members of society, through work training programs leading to jobs.

In the 80’s they focused on training and employment for packaging and assembly and grounds maintenance work.

In the 90’s they expanded to provide increased employment support opportunities in the community and since 2000 provide training and work opportunities, job placement and on-going supports for individuals to seek successful jobs in community businesses.

Over the years SKCAC has changed and grown in how it delivers on its mission to meet the needs of adults with disabilities, providing a chance to be a part of a productive workforce, increase independence, reduce dependence on outside support and be active participants in their communities.


L'Arche Tahoma Hope

The goal of L'Arche Tahoma Hope is to make known the gifts of people with developmental disabilities, revealed through mutually transforming relationships. To foster an environment in community that responds to the changing needs of our members, while being faithful to the core values of our founding story. To engage in our diverse cultures, working together toward a more human society.


Children's Therapy Center

What started as a tiny therapy program in 1979 has grown into the largest and most comprehensive independent nonprofit pediatric therapy program in the state. They provide unsurpassed services for thousands of children with developmental delays and disabilities each year. They begin by celebrating where each child is today. Then, together with families, work toward who that child can become.