A tip sheet to help understand What is Resilience and ways to cope with stress. More Resource websites are listed on last two pages. Factsheet Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Program created for families by families raising a child who experiences a developmental disability. Families Connected fosters, collaborates, and coordinates connections to reduce isolation and build community.
This guide is to help you find support and services for a child or adult with a developmental disability.
Empowers patient and family with to enable advocacy. Helps family, patient, practitioner with common understanding.
Resource for parents and teacher of children of all ages with learning disabilities.
Oregon specific resources for people with developmental disabilities in need of services. Updated every two weeks, subscribe and be notified!
This is a four part series designed to help the parents of children with disabilities to find resources and understand that “disability is a natural part of the human experience.” Each module explores the topic in easy-to-understand language, and includes videos of families telling their stories, links to important handouts, and online resources.
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.
Lane County Special Programs covers a wide range of services. These include special education, family resource centers, health services, Title programs, positive behavior support, community transition programs, and Motor Team (OT/PT services)