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Access Technologies, Inc.

In 1994, Access Technologies, Inc., ATI, formed as a nonprofit organization to continue the work of the activities of the Assistive Technology Act of 1998 grant, which formed in 1990. Today, Oregon’s Statewide Assistive Technology Program is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities and is partially funded by a grant from Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) of the U.S. Department of Education. ATI administers Oregon’s Statewide Assistive Technology Program through a team of Certified Assistive Technology Specialists.

Today, ATI is recognized as the leader in ergonomic and assistive technology.

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Attainment Company

Founded in 1979, Attainment Company is an independent, family-owned business based in Verona, Wisconsin. We are dedicated to helping people with disabilities succeed at school, work, and life. Don Bastian, founder and CEO, created Attainment’s first product when he was a program coordinator at the Rock County Rehabilitation Services (now Kandu Industries) in Beloit, Wisconsin. The Work Skill Development Program, which used a task analysis approach to teach work skills and behaviors to young adults with disabilities, is the foundation for our present Pre-Voc Tasks.

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Cognitopia

Cognitopia develops life management applications for people who see the world a little differently. We create cognitively accessible web applications for self-management and executive functioning that help people with cognitive disabilities be more independent while helping caregivers provide better support.

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Employment First

Employment First is both a philosophy and an Oregon state policy. As a philosophy, Employment First is based on the presumption that working age adults and youth with I/DD can work in jobs fully integrated in the community. Integrated employment includes typical workplace settings where there are regular opportunities for meaningful interaction with co-workers without disabilities and/or customers or the general public. This can also include self-employment. The employment of individuals with I/DD adds to the diversity of the workforce and general enrichment of communities.

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FACT Oregon

FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.

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Oregon Able Savings Plan

For too long, people with disabilities could not save for the future out of fear of losing needed government benefits. The disability community fought long and hard to change this, and together we’ve come up with a solution.

An Oregon ABLE Savings Plan is a way to save for eligible expenses, invest for the future and keep the benefits you rely on every day.

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Oregon APSE

We believe that everyone has abilities to contribute and that their work should be recognized and rewarded with fair pay, creating inclusive workplaces. We believe that employment enriches and adds meaning to every life, and that workplaces and communities are enhanced when they embrace differences.

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Oregon Career Information System

The Oregon Career Information System (CIS) provides a system of occupational and educational information to help Oregonians learn about the world of work and education. We work with schools, colleges, social agencies, and businesses who provide career guidance and employee development services. They use CIS products with their students, clients, customers, and employees to assist them with the process of career planning or career transition.

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Oregon Transition Podcast

The Oregon Transition Podcast started in April 2018 when the Transition Technical Assistance Network (TTAN) began brainstorming innovative ways to increase the understanding of transition processes. With minimal funding and monumental tenacity, a small group of professionals created the Oregon Transition Podcast.

By arming members of the TTAN statewide with recorders, the team connects with people who they work with every day to collect their thoughts and opinions on transition to be shared across the state. This podcast is something for the people by the people who work in the field of transition every day. We hope you enjoy it!

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Stephen's Place

Stephen’s Place focuses on family and community.

We partner with families to provide a loving, supportive adult care home for adults with developmental disabilities. Our unique approach is to create a safe, active and healthy environment that is rich in community interaction and family involvement. We are committed to providing a beautiful space for our residents to thrive - to make friends, work, play, volunteer and enjoy life.

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Student Summit


Teachtown

We founded TeachTown with one clear mission: To improve the academic, behavioral, and adaptive functioning of students with disabilities. Teachers, parents, and clinicians need proven tools and strategies that can help them meet educational goals and increase every child’s intellectual and social functioning. Here at TeachTown we are committed to research and evidence-based practices with an exclusive focus on serving the needs of only a few student populations:

  • Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Those with intellectual or developmental disabilities
  • Children with emotional and behavior disorders

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The Arc Oregon

The Arc Oregon, together with its network of members and affiliated chapters, advocates for the rights and full community participation of all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The Arc Oregon envisions a world in which all persons have the support and opportunities they need for personal development and independence, interdependence with family and friends, and inclusion in the community.

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The Research Institute

The Research Institute (TRI) at Western Oregon University improves the quality of life for individuals by facilitating positive change in education, health, and human services systems.

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Trips Inc. Special Adventures

Trips, Inc.™ provides all-inclusive vacation packages for travelers 18 and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our goal is to give the best life experience to our consumers by promoting independence and inclusion through travel. From theme parks to national parks, Alaska to Hawaii, cruises and international destinations-our excursions take you all over the world!

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The Research Institute : Western Oregon University : 345 N. Monmouth Ave. : Monmouth, OR 97361
Contact Us: 800-438-9376 | info@triwou.org