The Autism Research Institute (ARI) is a San Diego-based non-profit organization that promotes alternative treatments for autism. It conducts or sponsors autism research, networking and education programs for patients and doctors.
The Autism of Society of Oregon is one of Oregon’s leading organization providing resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with Autism. Their website also offers information about special events for families living with Autism.
The Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) combines clinical excellence with innovative research to provide the best care for children with special health needs. Our clinics use a family-centered, team approach to care for each of our patients and families. CDRC staff specializes in diagnosis, assessment, and intervention related to disorders affecting development. Depending on the child, our services range from a single discipline consultation to a full team evaluation.
Providing valuable and accurate education and information to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as to families, caregivers and professionals of individuals with ASD since 1997.
The Northwest Autism Foundation (NWAF) has a long rich history in helping those who are diagnosed with autism with education and resources, as well as facilitating early diagnosis and effective treatment for individuals with autism.
NWAF was authorized to operate as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1999. Since then, NWAF has dramatically improved the lives of thousands of children with ASD, especially in the US Pacific Northwest, but also through spin-offs, across the country and around the world.
Our mission is to advance social and policy change so that individuals 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.
The mission of the Oregon Health Plan is provide health coverage to low-income individuals and families, making sure they can access basic health care needs. The OHP website provides access a number of free resources valuable to families dealing with Autism.
Oregon PTI’s mission is to educate and support parents, families and professionals in building partnerships that meet the needs of children and youth with disabilities. Oregon PTI provides programs and services throughout the state.
The Special Education Unit is part of the Office of Student Learning and Partnerships, the designated State Education Agency responsible for all programs and services to children with disabilities in Oregon 5-21. The site provides links to many special education offices and services for families with special education needs.
An ordinary life — that’s what OTAC is all about. We help people gain the skills and supports they need to live an ordinary life. That includes meaningful work, a home of their choosing, friends, joy, belonging, choices, hobbies and other common, everyday experiences available to most people.