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Early Intervention

Free Early Development Evaluation

Do you have a child with autism? With a younger sibling 6 to 18 months old?
Interested in participating in a study to help autism research? In Eugene, OR?

Call 541.346.0738
Research Study Eugene CDRC Infant Toddler Assessment Clinic

Infant & Toddler Assessment Clinic
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Online Early Childhood Screening Project

Check Your Child’s Early Development?
ASQOregon.com

Online checklist for children ages birth up to 6 yrs.
Free, Confidential, Easy

Interactive site that parents/primary caregivers/childcare providers can use to check and monitor a child’s early development.
Complete one or two easy questionnaires and receive copies of the questionnaire(s), results, recommendations for next steps and play & learning activities. Parent-learning links to popular non profit sites, resources for families and all Oregon Early Intervention-Early Childhood Special Education contacts are also listed.

Did You Know? March 2014
Update_ OR Online Screening Project

Early Childhood Development and Autism

Autism acceptance in early childhood. What Is The Role of Early Care and Education Providers?

Become a Special Education Teacher

Learn more about the specifications and requirements for becoming a Special ED Teacher and then, look for schools near you where you can earn your Master’s Degree in Special ED !

All about IEPs

Whether you are a teacher, a parent or a researcher this resource for information on Individual Education Programs (IEPs) is for you. Containing information on how the IEP process works and how parents and teachers can work together for the benifit of children with special needs, this website is exactly what you are looking for

A Guide to Special Education

Would you like to work with children with special needs? Click on the link to learn how and where to begin!

Article: Start with your Doctor

A new study shows that the best place to start looking for help with your child’s developmental disability is your pediatrician’s office.

Autism Awareness and Acceptance in Early Childhood Education

Resource from the Office of Early Childhood Development with information on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and links to other resources.

FACT Oregon: Online Learning Opportunities

“Great Start! Parent Empowerment Training Series: An interactive four-part training kit intended for families with children receiving early intervention/early childhood special education.” -From the FACT Oregon website.

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. CLICK HERE or go to http://factoregon.org/events/online-learning-opportunities/ to learn more

Early Childhood CARES Calendar

Early Childhood CARES offers many parent trainings and fun family events throughout the school year. Some of the events include; sign language workshops, behavior management trainings, and autism support groups. Please visit the calendar by CLICKING HERE or going to http://earlychildhoodcares.uoregon.edu/trainings-and-events/