Have feedback about one of these resources? Please send us an email at info@thearcoregon.org.

ABLE Adventures

ABLE takes care of all of the planning, logistics, and provides support while traveling to adults with disabilities.



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ADRC Caregiver Support

Family Caregiver Support Program that helps caregivers support their loved ones and themselves.


(855) 673-2372

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Aging and Disability Resource Connection

Benefit specialists provide help to older adults and people with disabilities with questions and problems related to benefits such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, SNAP, and health insurance.


(855) 673-2372 ♦ ADRC.WebMessages@state.or.us

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Resource #4640

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Among Friends

Helps people understand social-sexual behaviors within an ecological framework and offer innovative strategies, skills and solutions. Offers trainings, couching and behavioral support in Oregon.


(503) 332-8783

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ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center

Information on Respite Providers and Programs in the State of Oregon.


(703) 256-2084

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ASAN -Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Nonprofit organization run by and for autistic people. ASAN was created to serve as a national grassroots disability rights organization for the autistic community, advocating for systems change and ensuring that the voices of autistic people are heard in policy debates and the halls of power.



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Resource #4612

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Assistive Technology Lab with Community Vision Inc

A lab that provides access to appropriate technology supports to increase meaningful participation in communities of choice for people with disabilities.


(503) 292-4964

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Resource #4639

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Association of Oregon Centers Independent Living

Independent Living Centers are nonresidential organizations serving individuals of any age with any disabilities in Oregon and provide services, which include information and referral, peer support, independent living skills training, individual and systems advocacy, and life transition assistance.


(541) 672-6336

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Resource #4636

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Autism & Special Needs Furniture

Pillow furniture for individuals with Autism and other sensory or physical needs.


(541) 689-8435

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Resource #4613

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Autism Risk Management

Autism training and resources for law enforcement, emergency first responders, parents, educators, care providers, and the autism community.


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Autism Society of Oregon

Empowers individuals with Autism, their families and their service providers to improve the quality of their lives through support and information. Provides resources, education, advocacy and support to everyone living with Autism in Oregon.


(888) 288-4761 ♦ info@AutismSocietyOregon.org

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Autistic Community Activity Program

Summer day camp for those with autism (ages 5 and up). Respite funds can be used to pay for ACAP tuition.


(503) 649-2066 ♦ acapinformation@gmail.com

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Resource #4600

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Bridging Communities

Family-led initiative that is responsive to the needs of families in Southern Oregon with children experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities.


(541) 690-8542 ♦ info@bcoregon.org

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Resource #4663

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Busy Kid

Free, easy to use, online chore chart and reward system for organizing and motivating your kids to learn firsthand how to save, share and spend.


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Camp Quest

One of a kind overnight camp in the Pacific Northwest. Specifically designed for children with high functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.


(503) 320-3103 ♦ asdoregon@yahoo.com

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Camp Yakety-Yak

Inclusive day camp specializing in social-emotional skills for success in the classroom, playground, neighborhood, and home. Cost is about $12/hour. Designed for children who do not use words for communication. 1:1 assistance included as well as speech therapy inspired curriculum.


(971) 303-3901 ♦ office@campyaketyyak.org

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Resource #4601

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Central Oregon Disability Support Network

Family network devoted to connecting families with resources and each other to recognize, promote and value diversity in a welcoming community. Jefferson, Deschutes, and Crook counties.


(541) 548-8559

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Resource #4664

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Community FORCE

Eastern Oregon network of families who can share resources and ideas as well as their diverse backgrounds with others.


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Community Vision

Person-centered support that is tailored to the unique needs and goals of people and family’s. Programs include supported living, employment services, financial education and savings plans, affordable housing resources, family education, and assistive technology consultations and trainings.


(503) 292-4964

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Cornell University Person-centered Planning Education Site

Overview of the person-centered planning process, a self-study course covering the basic processes involved, links to helpful resources, and downloadable content.


(607) 255-7727 ♦ ilr_yti@cornell.edu

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Resource #4604

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Creating Opportunities

Family Network that supports children with disabilities, their families, and communities in creating opportunities together in Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties.


(503) 559-0424 ♦ support@creatingops.org

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Resource #4665

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Disability is Natural

Articles and resources on person-first language.


(210) 320-0678​​

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Resource #4616

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Disability Rights Oregon

Provides tools and advocacy strategies to Oregonians with disabilities for upholding their civil rights. Based on the input they receive from the community, they prioritize issues that will have the greatest impact on the lives of the greatest number of Oregonians.


(503) 243-2081

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Resource #4625

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Early Start Denver Model for Young Child with Autism

Presents effective ways to assess students’ strengths and weaknesses, create supportive instructional environments, and promote specific skills, such as organization, time management, sustained attention, and emotional control.


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Easter Seals of Oregon

Therapy, advocacy, and other services throughout the state. Also a good resource for summer camp.


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Employed Persons with Disabilities (EPD)

A DHS program that provides medical coverage and long-term services to people with disabilities who are employed. If you are eligible to participate, person will be charged a nominal fee based on their income.


(800) 282-8096

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Employment First: I Work We Succeed

Efforts by Oregon’s Employment First initiative to promote the benefits of paid, integrated work in community jobs for people with I/DD.


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Resource #4660

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FACT Oregon

Offers peer delivered family support, dedicated to having programming be by families for families.  Help Oregonian families each year navigate barriers, create inclusive cultures in schools and communities through trainings, peer-to-peer support, and community building opportunities


(503) 786-6082

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Families Connected through The Arc Lane County

Families Connected was created by families for families raising a child who experiences an intellectual and/or developmental disability. Families Connected helps reduce isolation and build community connections for families living in Lane County.


(541) 343-5256 ♦ nancy.berge@arclane.org

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Families Engaging and Thriving Together Family Network

Network of family’s who believe that: “When families unite, they become stronger and share a more optimistic vision of a future without limitations. By promoting a positive understanding of disabilities, our communities are able to share in the belief that our children can achieve their goals and dreams while leading a full, abundant life.”


(541) 670-2557 ♦ info@featt.org

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Family Advocacy and Support Network

Agency who aims to facilitate and build collaboration among families with disabilities and our community as we build greater inclusion, welcoming, empowerment and mutual support in Klamath County


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Free Geek

Refurbishes technology to provide computers, education and job skills in exchange for community service.


(503) 232-9350 ♦ info@freegeek.org

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Harper’s Playground

Inclusive playground at Arbor Lodge Park in North Portland.


(503) 730-5445 ♦ info@harpersplayground.org

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Helen Sanderson Associates

Offers online learning and training programs as well as face-to-face to make person-centered approaches accessible to everyone. Also have person-centered approach books. Committed to innovation, learning, and developing new ways to support organizations to become more person-centered.


(805) 403-5013 ♦ marybeth@helensandersonassociates.com

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Hocks Noise Breakers

Ear plugs that block out background noise but allow the user to hear and carry on a conversation for purchase.


(503) 274-9482 ♦ customerservice@hocksproducts.com

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Resources from Davit Pitonyak on challenging behaviors. Inclusive links and articles.


(540) 552-5629 ♦ davidpitonyak@icloud.com

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Incight’s mission is to empower people with disabilities to become contributing members of society, by leading them through several dynamic programs focused in the areas of Education, Employment, Networking and Independence.


(971) 244-0305

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Uses the Irlen Method, a non-invasive technology that uses colored overlays and filters to improve the brain’s ability to process visual information.


(800) 554-7536

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Resource #4598

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Kintsugi Disability Support Network

Connects families experiencing disabilities and our community through awareness, connection, education and resources in Klamath County.


(541) 238-2263 ♦ info@kdsupportnetwork.org

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Life Course Tools

Life Course resources, tools and training materials developed to meet a diverse array of needs and purposes. Do trainings using several dissemination strategies including: One-on-one, small or Large Groups, Interactive or Speaker format, Print, video and live sessions and varying length depending on target audiences.


(800) 779-8652 ♦ info@lifecoursetools.com

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Making Magic Tours

Travel tours in Oregon and Washington offered to people with Developmental Disabilities. Custom trips available upon request.


(866) 546-5180 ♦ MakingMagicTours@comcast.net

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Meadowood Springs Speech and Hearing Camp

Summer camp in Eastern Oregon/Pendleton area designed specifically to serve Child ages 6-14 with communication disorders and their families. Intensive, accelerated speech therapy combined with outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking, field games, dances, campfires and songfests. Four and six-day family immersion camp available also, in partnership with PACE Place.


(541) 276 – 2752

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A way to connect with community groups and find out about events your area.


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National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making

National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making partners bringing nationally recognized expertise and leadership on Supported Decision-Making, representing the interests of and receiving input from thousands of older adults and people with I/DD. They have applied Supported Decision-Making in groundbreaking legal cases, developed evidence-based outcome measures, successfully advocated for changes in law, policy and practice to increase self-determination and demonstrated Supported Decision-Making to be a valid, less-restrictive alternative to guardianship.


(202) 448-1448 ♦ JHJP@dcqualitytrust.org

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Resource #4653

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Navigating College

Information on transitioning from high school to college for people with autism.


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Resource #4587

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Northwest Down Syndrome Association

Aims to empower and support families and individuals dealing with developmental disability including Down Syndrome.


(503) 238-0522

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Resource #4634

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Northwest Regional Education Service District

A leader in providing special education, instructional services and technology support to the 20 school districts in Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook and Washington counties, Oregon.


(503) 614-1428

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Resource #4592

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Office of Developmental Disability Services (ODDS)

Support for seniors with IDD.


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Resource #4635

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Office of Developmental Disability Services (ODDS)

Promotes and provides services that are person-centered and directed, flexible, community inclusive, and supportive of the discovery and development of each individual’s unique gifts, talents and abilities.


(503) 945-5600

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Open Future Learning

Teaches a broad range of subject areas regarding intellectual disabilities, with modules on subjects including: Active Support, Person-Centered Approaches Thinking and Planning, Challenging Behavior, and Supported Employment. Range of multimedia tools that engage the user including: interactive graphics that explain abstract concepts, short films with closed captions, animation, and audio that is synced to all written content.


(631) 385-5090 ♦ hello@openfuturelearning.org

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Resource #4628

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Oregon Bar Association

The mission of the Oregon State Bar is to serve justice by promoting respect for the rule of law, by improving the quality of legal services, and by increasing access to justice.


(503) 620-0222 ♦ info@osbar.org

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Resource #4672

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Oregon Care Partners

Helps caregivers improve the lives and care of aging Oregonians by providing access to no-cost, high-quality trainings in all corners of the state.


(800) 930-6851 ♦ info@oregoncarepartners.com

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Resource #4650

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Oregon Consortium of Family Networks (OCFN)

A place to help for parents become healthier family units, stronger advocates for their children, and active in their communities.


<img src="https://ocdd.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/OCDD-Logo-01-4.png"/>
Resource #4632

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Oregon Department of Education -Special Education

A Special Education resource to parents, teachers and administrators and provides access to available information, documents and guidelines.


(503) 947-5600

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Oregon DHS Family Caregiver Program

Program Standards provide information on the Family Caregiver Support program including a description of the program, federal requirements and reporting, services and unit descriptions.


(503) 945-5600

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Oregon DHS Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation services made available to people with disabilities who have difficulty finding or keeping a job.


(503) 945-5880

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Oregon Family Support Network

Families and youth working together to promote mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support, and advocacy.


(503) 363-8068

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Oregon Public Guardian

Court appointed, surrogate decision makers for adults incapable of making some or most of the decisions needed to be safe due to significant cognitive impairment. The Oregon Public Guardian only serves in this role as a last resort; where there are no less restrictive alternative to guardianship to resolve the identified safety risk.


(503) 378-6848 ♦ opg.info@oregon.gov

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Oregon Rise Center

Provides services for people with disabilities including residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community based services. Services for Child and families through foster care and professional parenting, adoption, kinship care, after school and summer programs, behavior supports, and mental health services. Also provides Early Intervention services which includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Developmental Specialists.


(503) 371-3001

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Resource #4593

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Oregon Special Needs Trust (OSNT)

A pooled trust established in 1999 by The Arc Oregon to offer families a dependable, affordable way to provide financial security and an enhanced quality of life for their loved ones, while preserving the benefits that they depend on in their daily lives.


(503) 581-2726

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Oregon Technology Access Program (

Provides training, information, technical assistance and resources regarding the uses of technology for children with disabilities.


(541) 440-4777

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Oregon Training and Consultation (OTAC)

A program of The Arc Oregon providing Supported Decision-Making information and training opportunities.


(503) 364-9943

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Resource #4655

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Oregon’s Statewide Assistive Technology Program

Provides information on selecting, funding, installing and using assistive technology.


(503) 361-1201

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Path Finders For Autism

Autism Resource Center providing autism-specific information and resources. Aims to support and improve the lives of individuals affected by autism through expansive, individualized programming, and by providing resources, training, information and activities free of charge.


(443) 330-5341

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Resource #4611

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Portland Public Schools Parent Academy

Parent Academy is a collaboration between Portland Public Schools and community-based partners to acknowledge, honor, support and promote family involvement in student achievement.


(503) 916-2000 ♦ schoolboard@pps.net

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Providence Child Disability Connection

Help parents of children with disabilities feel competent in addressing day to day issues in their child’s life through information, training and referrals.


(503) 574-6595

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Quality Mall

Free information about person-centered supports for people with I/DD.


(612) 624-6328

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Quiet Waters Outreach

Provides services to restore their spiritual, physical, emotional and mental health of individuals with developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers.


(503) 620-8288 ♦ info@quietwatersoutreach.org

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Sandbox Learning

Personalize Child’s books. Alter characters and the text to personalize the story’s content. Collection of Child’s stories addresses emotional, social, safety, and communication skills to foster character development.


(800) 704-7815

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Sensory Story Time

Storytime which is open to all preschoolers and especially geared to Child with sensory integration issues.


(503) 988-5123

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Social Security Disability Benefits

Information on applying for Social Security Disability Benefits.


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SORCe -Self-determination Online Resource Center

Online resource center linking individuals and families, caregivers, professionals, payers, and government policymakers with information and tools to facilitate self-direction in the use of disability-related services and supports.


(877) 350-6463 ♦ info@openminds.com

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Resource #4610

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Special Olympics Oregon

Special Olympics Oregon enriches the lives of thousands of children and adults with intellectual disabilities and their communities in Oregon through sports, education, and athlete health.


(503) 248-0600

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Resource #4654

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SSI Navigation

Instructions to Apply for SSI online.


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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Apply on-line, contact your local DHS office, or ask at the ADRC.


(503) 945-5600

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Pays benefits to people who can’t work because they have a medical condition or disability. Federal law requires a very strict definition of disability. Apply for Supplemental Security Income at the nearest federal Social Security office.


(800) 772-1213

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Support Development Associates 

Specialized consultation and training organization designed to promote the abilities and talents of every individual and every agency they engage; especially in Person-centered thinking, planning, and practices resources.


(410) 626-2707 ♦ info@sdaus.com

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Teach Autism Program

Conducts training nationally and internationally and provides consultation for teachers, residential care providers, and other professionals from a variety of disciplines. Research activities include psychological, educational, and biomedical studies.


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Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Provides cash assistance to low-income families with children while they strive to become self-sufficient. Cash assistance is intended to meet a family’s basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter and utilities.


(503) 945-5600

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Resource #4645

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The Arc Center for Future Planning

Tools and information to help families with a person with I/DD plan for the future. On-line planning available.



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Resource #4673

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The Oregon Disability Network

Information on opportunities, events and news for the I/DD community.


(503) 235-0369 ♦ info@ocdd.org

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The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP):

Provides training, information, technical assistance and resources regarding the uses of technology for children with disabilities.


(541) 440-4791

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Resource #4607

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The Sibling Support Project

Support for Child who have siblings with special needs. Includes local “Sibshops” peer support get togethers, online peer support and supportive information.


(425) 362-6421 ♦ info@siblingsupport.org

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Resource #4586

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The Sidney and Lillian Zetosch Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation

Application and information for low income assistance with purchasing adaptive equipment for children to assist with education.


(503) 494-8618

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Resource #4614

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The University of Oregon Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

Resources and assistive technology. Works with individuals and their teachers in educational contexts (preschool, and k-12), with families and with various community agencies.


(541) 346-3591 ♦ ucedd@uoregon.edu

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Resource #4609

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Think About Your Life

Person-centered thinking and planning tools draw years of experience of working with people at times of major change or challenge in their life.


(818) 695-4334 ♦ amanda@thinkaboutyourlife.org

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Resource #4627

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Work Incentives Benefits Counseling

Work Incentives Network (WIN) and Plan for Work, who provide benefits and work incentives counseling services. Their services are free to the participant and are provided by certified benefits and work incentives coordinators.


(800) 661-2571 ♦ win.refer@state.or.us​

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Resource #4661

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