Eugene Transition Clinic
Now Open! The Eugene Transition Clinic is here to help adolescents and young adults transition from school to adulthood. Make an appointment for an individual assessment today!
“All over the world, there’s a growing consensus that our education systems are broken. These educators offer lessons in how we might re-imagine school.”
Family Resource Guide
“Children with disabilities often require a greater degree of parental involvement and advocacy than their peers without disabilities in order to be assured of receiving the same level of instruction.”
Children Learn Through Play
10 things everyone should know about play.
NFL Star got his start in Special Olympics
NFL star player, Jamaal Charles, gives heartwarming speech about his own disability and participating in the Special Olympics.
School-based model designed to provide educators and parents with resources to assist them in improving the long-term employment outcomes of youth. Lesson plans and guidance For teachers, families, students.
Plannng My Way to Work
Transition guide for students with disabilities and their families to help navigate services and community resources from school to work.
“We inspire vital communities by creating innovative playgrounds for people of all abilities.”
Grade by Grade Learning Guide
Do you ever wonder what your kids really learn at school? Whats covered in each grade from preschool through fifth grade.
Planning for College and Dorm Living
Freshman students bound for college are making plans and gathering their belongings. Tips for getting your son or daughter ready for campus life
Cure SMA WalkSaturday, September 12 10:30am – 2:00pmAuburn, WAMore information
FACT OregonUnderstanding Developmental Disability ServicesTuesday, September 15 at 6:30pm – 8:30pmPortland, ORMore information
TASH ConferenceAdvocates for human rights and inclusion for people with significant disabilities and support needsDecember 2nd-4thMarriott Hotel, Portland, ORMore information
APSE ExamAPSE Certified Employment Support Professional ExamHood River Sept 30th, Eugene Oct 20thMore information
Summer Directory 2015
Directory for camps, services, recreation and more for the 2015 Summer.
Early Autism Screening Clinic
Infants / Toddlers 6 to 18 months with family history of autism,Call 541.346.3575 Eugene CDRC Infant Toddler Assessment Clinic
Pearl DUCK Autism Program
Learn more about your child’s development?
Ages & Stages Questionnaires help determine if a child’s development is on schedule.
Oregon Child Care Resource Network “High quality child care in all Oregon counties”
Early Childhood CARES
Early Intervention / Early Childhood Special Education young children and families in Lane County Parent Training Calendar
Careers for Developmental Disability Professionals