Mission Statement

Palouse Industries will provide education, training, and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities residing in Whitman and Latah Counties in order to assist them to attain their highest possible socioeconomic level in the community.

Purpose Statement

Palouse Industries serves as a model for areas businesses and service providers to see children and adults with special needs as contributing members of our society. Ideally, Palouse Industries strives for the day when supports will be available in each preschool, business, public agency, and charitable organization that would sufficiently serve the needs of people with disabilities. Until then we are at the service of our community, state, local municipalities and families.

Program Managers

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Executive Director
(509) 332-6561

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Business Manager
(509) 332-6561

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Director of Children and Family Services
(509) 332-4420

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Employment Services Coordinator
(509) 332-6561

What is Early Childhood Education?

Palouse Industries provides services to children and their families through its Early Learning Services (ELS) programs. ELS believes that all children benefit from a language-rich, loving environment that supports the unique learning style and interests of each individual child. Our goal is to provide for the optimum development of each child we serve. Parents are our partners in assuring that their child is appropriately nurtured and challenged. Our programs include:

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If you would like more information about any of the above services, or if you have concerns about your child’s development please contact us at:

Early Learning Services
Young Children and Family Programs
115 NW State St, Suite 105
Pullman, WA 99163
(509) 332-4420
fax (509) 339-2399
www.earlylearningservices.com

ELS is licensed by Washington State Department of Early Learning (DEL), and contracts with Washington State Infant Toddler Early Intervention Program (ITEIP) and Whitman County Developmental Services.

Supported in part by United Way

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