Health & Education, Friendships, Personal Safety, Social Networks, Parenting with a Disability
For Parents Of Children In Services
Interactive 4 part training kit -free
Strong, Safe, Free
Curriculum for people with developmental disabilities.
Connection and Friendship
Social networking site for people with disabilities.
World’s First Ultra-Accessible Theme Park
“A special place ..inclusion for all abilities.. gain a greater understanding of one another.”
Wrightslaw Special Education Law
“…advocacy for children with disabilities.”
How To: Health Education
Resource guides for parents of children with disabilities.
Parenting and Independence
“One stop resource for families with disabilities”
Did you know.. ?
UO list of resources for students
Dogs Help Adults With Autism
“If I just pet a dog, it pulls me out of it.”
Financial Planning Tips
for parents of children with special needs Five things to consider when families plan.
Healthcare: Adults with Developmental Disabilities
“Our hope is that this toolkit gives virtually all U.S. primary care provider electronic access to best practice tools”
5 Minute Film Festival
“Difference between falling behind or successfully working alongside others in an inclusion model..”
Connect On Facebook?
“Proudly Supporting Hearing Sight . Touch . Smell . Taste and Beyond”
New.. Mediation Publications ADA site
“Department of Justice resolves many ADA complaints quickly, effectively at no cost to the parties.”
Free Seminars and Tutorials
Variety of practical topics
Upcoming Brown Bag Seminars
March 7 at noon, Jeff Todahl,
“90×30 Abuse & Neglect”
UO campus, rm 145 in CSB
Early Childhood Cares
In Lane County
Early intervention and early childhood special education for young children and families in Lane county
Free Early Development Evaluation
Infant & Toddler Assessment Clinic
Ongoing research study In Eugene, Oregon
Infants / Toddlers 6 to 18 months – 2 Fridays a month. Call 541.346.2608
Research study Eugene CDRC Infant Toddler Assessment Clinic
Key Resources on Autism: Publications from The EARLY Autism Institute and the UCEDD for Families and Professionals