Oregon

List of State Resources - Oregon

NameDescription
Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Autism SocietyThe Oregon Autism Society is Oregon's leading organization providing resources, education, policy advocacy, and support for individuals and families living with autism.
ARROAutism Research & Resources of Oregon (ARROAutism) is a non-profit organization located in Oregon. They assist with autism research projects in Oregon, develop resources to meet the unmet needs of families and individuals with autism in Oregon, and help families and individuals with autism locate existing resources that meet their needs.
Autism OregonThe website offers a series of virtual resources where there are institutions dedicated to the support of people with autism.
Portland Aspergers NetworkPortland Aspergers Network is a parent support organization in Portland, Oregon. They help families and individuals living with Asperger's syndrome, high-functioning autism (HFA), PDD-NOS, and a host of high-functioning autism spectrum disorders.
Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum DisorderThe primary goal is to help autistic individuals and their families lead rich and satisfying lives by providing more effective and efficient services and supports. Another goal of the commission is to help improve processes and policies in areas that affect the lives of autistic people and their families, such as housing and the criminal justice system.
Bridgeway HouseBridgeway House is a non-profit organization founded to offer treatment, developmental therapy, enrichment courses, and support to children and families of all income levels with autism and related abilities. Their focus has been to develop programs and services in direct response to the needs seen in our community that are designed to help this diverse group of children cope with the challenges of autism, as well as help their families with the emotional challenges, financial and social issues they face.
FACT OREGONFACT Oregon helps thousands of families each year navigate the parenting of a child with a disability. They support and equip, wherever you are on your journey, the result is families with high expectations for their children and a vision for the future where all communities are accessible, welcoming and accept that disability is natural. They seek to empower Oregon families experiencing a disability in pursuit of a full life by expanding awareness and growing the community.
Autism empowermentAutism Empowerment is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching and empowering the lives of youth, adults, and families within the autistic and autistic communities. They promote a culture of acceptance of autism and believe that everyone has gifts and talents to make the world a better place.
The ARC OregonThe Arc Oregon aims to promote and defend the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively support their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lives.
Full LifeAt Full Life they believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to learn, grow and flourish. Its mission is to provide meaningful services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in order to support their contribution to the Portland community.
The Evergreen CenterDr. Green is an internationally known and respected expert in the field of biomedical treatment for children with autism and related disorders, and has worked with more than 3,000 children.
EastersealsProvides exceptional services, education, outreach and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play.
SLLEAIt was formed as a non-profit organization that offers intensive 10-month training programs focused on independent living, they have smart homes equipped with assistive technology for directions, self-management and organization. and various types of training to train people with autism towards independence, so that students can live in their own home with 1 or 2 roommates to reduce isolation and loneliness.
Central Oregon Autism MovementThe Autism Movement of Central Oregon was established to help individuals and families with autism by providing support, links to resources, autism-friendly events, and community acceptance.
Lane County Developmental Disabilities ServicesThe mission of Lane County Developmental Disabilities Services is to support people experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities by coordinating self-directed support services.
The High Desert Educational Service DistrictThe High Desert Educational Service District offers services to support students from birth to 21 years of age with Autism Spectrum Disorder. These include assessment, training, staff consultation/training, and resources.
InterMountain Education Service DistrictIMESD supports 21 school districts and Early Childhood programs providing services for students who have ASD. These services are available from the time the child is identified until the child graduates from high school or is 21 years of age. Services include assessment, consultation, and a resource library.
WillametteWillamette ESD provides approximately 45 services related to special education, technology, school improvement, and administrative services that school districts may purchase from the agency. They also administer numerous grants and contracts to support education in the region and throughout the state.
Northwest Regional Education Service DistrictNWRESD provides licensed special education teachers with specific teaching experience, training, and knowledge in the area of ASD. These services support districts as they work to build the capacity of their special education teams. This includes developing staff knowledge of ASD characteristics, classroom-based strategies, evidence-based practices (EBP), and assessment requirements and procedures.
Autism learning partnersThe entity provides diagnostic services, telehealth services, comprehensive ABA therapy, ABA focused therapy, social skills programs, parental involvement and training, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Services may vary depending on location and physician.

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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