|Special Programs - News, Information, and Useful Links|
Click here to view the Special Education Report Card.
Please click here for Child Find information for students with disabilities in Multnomah County.
The Parent and Student Rights for Special Education Notice of Procedural Safeguards handbooks are available at the following links:
Procedural Safeguards for ages K-21 (pdf)
EI/ECSE Procedural Safeguard
RISE Oregon Family Services encourages, educates & empowers families to collaboratively achieve unlimited success for their children and youth with disabilities.
To learn more about r.i.s.e. visit riseservicesinc.org/oregon-cat/
Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN) supports Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Working together, their hope is to increase the number of children who can successfully live at home, stay in school, contribute to their community, have friends and plan for a future of self-reliance.
For information on support groups, trainings, upcoming events and more visit their website www.ofsn.org
Northwest Down Syndrome Association's mission is to create and nurture a loving and inclusive community celebrating every person with Down Syndrome. To be added to their mailing list or for information, resources, events, and links visit their website www.nwdsa.org
The Tourette Association of America Washington/Oregon Chapter serving Washington and Oregon. Contact the Tourette Association at 718-224-2999,x251
Do you have a child with Cerebral Palsy and live in Oregon or Clark County and need some respite? Click here for information on UCP's Respitality Program.
Please also visit UCP's website at: www.ucpaorwa.org to access the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Oregon and Southwest Washington, Inc. Quarterly Family Support Newsletter and other information. To receive the newsletter by mail, email your address to UCP at email@example.com.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Multnomah: For families concerned about depression, suicidal thoughts or tendencies, and other mental health needs for a child, consider contacting th
e local chapter of NAMI: www.namimultnomah.org
Does someone you love have a mental illness? Free classes for family members. Registration is required. Click here for course information.
If your child is struggling with a mental or behavioral health challenge or is abusing substances, Trillium Family Services offers a free support Group.“Talk It Over” parent and family support group meets every two weeks from 4:00 to 5:30 pm, at the Providence Child Center at 830 NE 47th Ave. in Portland, on the Providence Hospital campus. Please e-mail Margaret Puckette for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-737-9971
|Last Updated: 8/25/16|