The Obama administration is warning state and local officials not to discriminate against people with disabilities who have children or would like to.
Strong, Safe & Free is a UCEDD sponsored, video learning program designed to help people with developmental disabilities stay safe from sexual assault.
For those who are nonverbal, deaf, or otherwise have difficulty communicating via traditional telephone calls, text 9-1-1 for emergency help.
The Disability and Abuse Project focuses on physical, sexual, and emotional abuse of people with developmental or intellectual disabilities with the mission to identify ways to reduce the risk of abuse, to promote healing for victims, and to seek justice for those who have been victimized.>
This tool kit from Oregon Health and Sciences University is a guide to help you prepare for an emergency. The tools and checklists in this handbook can be used as a step-by-step guide to making an emergency plan. Some of the resources included are specific to the Portland area, the rest of the tools are useful no matter where you are!
A resource for children with behavioral issues, their families, and teachers with information and links on positive behavior management in the classroom, behavior issues and specific disabilities such as Autism and ADD/ADHD, and what the laws require.