Oregon Resources

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    Please note:  OCASD does not provide information, advice, or services directly to individuals. Below are some organizations that do. 

    Many in the autism community hold strong opinions about autism and what is needed to help autistic people and their families. Some of the organizations listed below disagree with each other. OCASD does not endorse other organizations, but offers these resources for the convenience of those who are seeking more information.

    Oregon Department of Education IDEA - Know Your Rights

    AASPIRE Health Care Toolkit - This website has information and worksheets for adults on the autism spectrum, supporters, and healthcare providers. It focuses on primary healthcare, or healthcare with a regular doctor.

    Autism Society of Oregon
    Resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with autism

    FACT Oregon
    Supporting families of children with disabilities throughout the education process.

    Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities OCDD's mission is to advance social and policy change so that people with developmental disabilities, their families and communities may live, work, play, and learn together. Our vision is that all communities welcome and value people with disabilities and their families.

    Oregon Department of Human Services
    Information about services for children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities

    Oregon Regional Programs
    Educational agencies that partners with school districts by providing training, coaching, and consultation