Our goal is to give you the most up-to-date, accurate information about your state DMV's processes.The date you see here reflects the most recent time we've verified this information with your state DMV. SUMMARY: Washington Disability Plates & Placards People with disabilities in Washington can apply for disabled parking permits from the DOL.You can replace a placard or plate if it is lost, stolen, or damaged.Keep reading for more details about the disability placards and license plates available in Washington.When our families arrived, excited to meet my new son, Adam’s father, who also has a son in his 30s with severe learning difficulties, told me to leave Charles in the hospital. As his mother, I could see when he was around other children with Down’s that he was less coordinated and had more extreme behavioural problems.But, although I suspected there was something else wrong with my son, I was always fobbed off with the fact he had ‘learning difficulties’ by doctors who didn’t want to set up yet another appointment.See the WA DOL website for more information about organizational parking permits.If you have a handicapped placard or license plate from your home state and you're just visiting, you may use your parking permit in WA.
Contact the WA DOL at (360) 902-3770 or 711 (TDD) for a list of offices that offer replacements.It means he will probably never walk properly and we had to endure years of his difficult behaviour such as pinching other children, hiding under tables or refusing to move without understanding there was a reason for it. The situation was also very hard for Ella-Rose — I would constantly feel guilty about the fact she missed out on part of her childhood.Thankfully, Adam and I were only apart for a few months.It meant that in March 2009, Charles could begin boarding at a £92,000-a-year specialist residential school in the New Forest and come home during the holidays.Since he’s been there, he’s become calmer, more mature and his speech and behaviour have improved dramatically.I don’t know whether he will ever live independently — but I will keep fighting for him to have a happy life. Jo Mc Murray, 39, an English tutor, and her husband Tom, 38, a medical writer, live in Manchester with children John, 15, Sam, 11, Leila, four, and Jake, two.