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S3E3: Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and the DDA program at Goodwill

What’s Good, Goodwill? podcast hosts Alicia and Michelle have grabbed their headbands and vocally stretched to cover all the good that’s happening this March! From Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month with Lynessa Schofield, to International Women’s Day, let’s get ready to podcast.  

Learn how your donations help change the lives of local people such as Amy, who found employment through our Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) program. 

Re-opening this summer, learn more about the grand re-opening of the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho retail store, drive-through donation center, and the new offices of our Workforce and Family Services CDA offices. 

Continue the cycle for good by sharing our podcast on social media and subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts.  

Amy's Success Story

Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) Program

Amy was finishing her last year of high school. She was excited to find a job and begin adult life. But finding a job on her own was tough. She learned that the job market was competitive. And she didn’t know what skills she had and where those skills might fit in. She knew she needed a helping hand. So she turned to Goodwill for support.

A girl wearing a light blue shirt and dark blue lanyard and glasses smiles at the camera. She stands in between racks of clothing.
Collage of images of coeur d'alene store construction site


Episode Hosts

This episode is brought to you by Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest team members Alicia and Michelle. 

We challenged them to find their favorite item in the store to share with you. Show our hosts your favorite Goodwill finds by tagging us using @goodwill_inw and #goodwill_inw on Instagram. 


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