The Birth of the Word
“MIT researcher Deb Roy wanted to understand how his infant son learned language — so he wired up his house with videocameras to catch every moment”
OPEN to Entrepreneurs with Disabilities
University of Illinois has program to help push through barriers
What are Speech / Language Disabilities?
This disorder is not about how smart a person is. It is the relationship between spoken and written language. Many people with reading problems have spoken language problems.
A Parent’s Story
Speech language learning challenges and navigating our education system.
Family and Teacher Support Tools
Great Resource for learning disabilities all ages.
Brain Imaging and Early Developmental Prognosis
A baby’s brain response to spoken language can reveal whether that child is likely to develop speech, comprehension and social skills or whether his social and expressive disabilities are likely to remain profound.
Get Ready to Read
Early literacy resource site for parents, teachers, practitioners
NEW Plain English Guide to DSM
Empowers patient and family with to enable advocacy. Helps family, patient, practitioner with common understanding
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