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Local Links near Eugene, Oregon


Autism Society of Oregon Resources
http://autismsocietyoregon.org/resources/professional-directory/speech-therapy/
http://autismsocietyoregon.org/resources/professional-directory/occupational-therapy/


Center for Autism and Related Disorders
Eric Shannon, RBT, BCAT | Care Coordinator/Outreach Specialist Center for Autism and Related Disorders
541-505-9398
134 E 13th Ave, Space 2B
Eugene, OR 97401
centerforautism.com


Jessi's On-Call Nanny Service
Wilsonville, OR
Contact: Jessi Pelinski
503 880-6368
email: jessimp@comcast.net
Primarily serving the Clackamas/Portland area. 24 hour on call nanny service for children of all disabilities.

See more respite providers here


Direction Service

Jess Hart, Director of Administration 541.284-4727 direction service

Case coordinating, advocacy, networking, counseling for Lane County families with children with disabilities and special needs, autism in particular.

Melissa Lind, Sexual Assualt Response Specialist


Oregon Technical Assistance Corporation

OTAC
OTAC promotes full participation in community life for individuals with disabilities, seniors and their families through the delivery of training, technical assistance and related services.

3886 Beverly Avenue NE, Suite I-21
Salem, Oregon 97305-1373
503-364-9943 (phone)


Margaret Theisen

Full Access

1240 Charnelton  Eugene, Or  97401

541.284 5070, mtheisen@fullaccess.org

Provides services to folks 18 and older referred by Lane County Case Managers as per Stanley Lawsuit/Universal Access settlement, case management and support services for adults with DD.


Mary-Minn Sirag

KindTree Productions, Inc.

541 689-2228, sirag@mindspring.com

Support group, Camp/Retreat, Art Show and sales, free computers, more...  www.kindtree.org


Andrea Muzikant, Lane County DDS

541.682-3695, andrea.muzikant@lane.co.or.us

Comprehensive services, referrals, case management, crisis management, foster care, protective services, more.

View Lane County DD contact list here


Bridgeway House   541- 345-0805    Patricia Wigney

Advocate and parent, networking and support for new diagnosis of ASD.


Child Development and Rehabilitation Center


The CDRC improves the lives of individuals with disabilities or special health needs through leadership and effective partnerships with individuals, families, communities, and public and private agencies. We serve as an exemplary local, state, and national resource through our commitment to excellence in interdisciplinary clinical practice, research, education, policy development, and community service.
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center/Eugene
Clinical Services Building
901 E 18th Avenue
(18th and Kincaid Street)
Eugene, OR 97403
(800) 637-0700
cdrcinfo@ohsu.edu


Benjamin Bell, The Brain Center

59 Santa Clara Ave  Eugene, OR 97404

689-7069, benjamin@braincenteronline.org

Brain dysfunction and intervention strategies education


Leslie Carter, Ph D

9735 SW Shady Lane #304  Tigard, OR  97223

503-968-8870, Lcarter@inetarena.com

Autism evaluation, researcher, presenter: behavioral interventions, bio-feedback, therapy, relationship development, etc.
 



 

Robert and Arlene Schwartz, Parents

516 Adams Ave  Cottage Grove, OR  97424

541.942-9822, rsschwartz@earthlink.net. South Lane Autism Support Group: contact information


Carly Schmidt

Hilyard Community Center, City of Eugene

2580 Hilyard  Eugene, OR  97405

541.682.8837,Carly.M.Schmidt@ci.eugene.or.us

Recreational services and programs for people with disabilities.


Janice Medvin

PO Box 10651  Eugene, OR  97440

541.517-7902, janice@robtobias.com

Independent provider of individualized support for adults with autism.


Looking Glass Youth and Family Services

72-B Centennial Loop, Suite #2
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 686-2688
Fax: (541) 345-7605

Looking Glass is a private, nonprofit organization that each year serves more than 8,000 at-risk youth and families — primarily in Lane County, Oregon. We are committed to assisting our clients in navigating life’s challenges, so that they can lead healthier, happier and more productive lives.

Our agency provides a continuum of integrated services, ranging from prevention to treatment, through a variety of innovative programs. Counseling, 24-hour crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, education and vocational training are just a few examples of the services we have to offer. Our programs span the diverse fields of mental health, juvenile justice, education, youth development and workforce readiness.


Amy Gibson, Ph D

291 W 12th Ave  Eugene, OR  97401

541.345-3526, gibson@jeffnet.org

Family Therapist specializing in families with disabilities including ASD and with gifted children.


Catherine Meeks

2411 MLK Jr. Blvd  Eugene, OR  97401

p: 541-682-7587
f:  541-682-7598
catherine.meeks@co.lane.or.us

Lane County Behavioral Health Services Child and Adolescent Program

 


Rick Newton, Behavioral Consultant (private practice) and Associate Director,

Mt. Angel Training Center & Residential Services (MATC-R)

PO Box 78

Mt. Angel, Oregon 97362

503 845 9214,  rckne3@AOL.com

Stephanie Wheeling, CIS Manager MATC-R 503 871 6541

MATC-R is a non profit residential and employment provider for people who experience a variety of developmental disabilities. Stephanie's program at MATC-R specializes in supporting individuals on the Autism continuum. This program contains sensory integration supports, structured environments and individualized approaches to community inclusion. MATC-R sees itself as on the front lines of a civil rights movement, building a community that embraces diversity and that emphasizes respect and equality for all.


Meadowood Springs Camp.  We offer a camp specific to those with hearing, speech and language disorders as well as a camp centered around kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Asperger's Syndrome, ADD, ADHD, NVLD, PDD-NOS and other social learning disorders. In Eastern Oregon.


Rob Cook

LILA, Lane Independent Living Alliance

99 W. 10th Avenue, Suite 117

P.O. Box 12106  Eugene, OR 97440

541.607-7020, lila@lilaoregon.org.

Support for people with disabilities to assist with independent living


Pam Ring, The Arc of Lane County

4181 E St, Springfield, OR 98478

541.343 5256,  Pam.ring@arclane.org

Support, recreation, respite care for people with disabilities.


Dr. David A. Bove, N.D., L.Ac

Dr. Virginia A. Oram, N.D.

Licensed Naturopathic Physicians

400 East 2nd Ave  Suite 105

Eugene, 97401

541.343-2384, drbove@earthlink.net; virginia@droram.com    www.droram.com   www.drdavidbove.com

Natural Health Care for Your Whole Family:

 Nutrition, Homeopathy, Botanical Medicine, Detoxification, Acupuncture, Specialization in treating neurodegenerative (MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s) and neurodevelopmental (Autism spectrum, ADD/ADHD) disorders


Willow Learning Center

87898 La Porte Drive, Eugene, OR  97402

541-485-1770

“A day at our center is designed to involve routine, planeed, and child-initiated activities that are fun and engaging - a work-systems approach to reach independence.”


Judy Rinkin, COPE consultant

1 888 505 COPE, copejr@earthlink.net

Training information for parents, professionals and community members. Making sure individuals with autism receive educational services


Dee Dee Overholser

FEAT member

541.367 2515, D2-O@attbi.com

Support for families choosing behavioral treatments, applied behavioral analysis, legislative advocacy


Penelope Youngfeather

Developmental vision therapist 541.342-3100

Lifetime Eye Care (Dr. Carol Marusich)

Vision therapy, visual skill development. sensory integration, visual exams


Tracy Callaghan, Social Security, US govt.

541.465 6838, tracy.callaghan@SSA.gov

Benefit coordinator for people with disabilities


Gigi Aaron, Lane Regional Program

gaaron@lane.k12.or.us

Educational guidance for  pre-school and school age children


Valerie Alexander
Preschool/Elementary Autism Parent Support Group (Autism Training and Support)
Consultation and tutoring, and parent training/support with an emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis
(through Specialized Academic Tutoring and Consultation)
Valerie A. Alexander, M.S.
Specialized Academic Tutoring and Consultation
541 484-2240
v@blueskydrive.com


County Resources

  • Arc of Lane County

    The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Blanche Fischer Foundation (BFF)

    BFF makes direct grants on behalf of individuals with physical disabilities. The aid may relate directly to the disability or may less directly foster independence. In accordance with the terms of Blanche Fischer's bequest, the foundation does not provide assistance for mental disability.

  • Direction Service

    A multi-program family support agency that seeks to assist people with disabilities and special needs to live the fullest lives possible.

  • Family and Community Development Program: Oregon State University

    The University of Oregon Extension Service provides this program that includes instruction in basic living skills and senior programming.

  • Goodwill Industries of Lane and South Coast Counties

    Serves Lane and South Coast counties through employment, training, and education centers. Its business is to provide vocational opportunities to individuals with barriers to employment.

  • Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County

    Seeks to provide affordable, decent, safe and sanitary housing to low and moderate income families and households. Its SAIL program provides public transportation, nutrition, light housekeeping and other services at no cost to eligible elderly and disabled residents of public housing.

  • Lane

    Lane County's most complete directory of locally available social services, including services geared to seniors and people with disabilities where available.

  • Lane Community College Disability Services

    Disability Services (DS) strives to provide equal access to all students with qualifying, documented disabilities, in all of Lane's learning environments (main campus, outreach centers, community learning centers), as defined by federal legislation.

  • Lane County Food Coalition

    A nonprofit community-based organization committed to a more secure and sustainable food system within Lane County. Planning food programs for seniors.

  • Lane County Legal Services Programs

    Provides law service for seniors under the Lane County Law and Advocacy Center.

  • Lane County, Oregon eGovernment Site

    This is Lane County's central information site about local government services and links.

    • Lane County Crisis Response & Information

      Provides citizens with information on disaster preparedness. In the event of an emergency, the site can provide breaking news and directions for citizen response.

    • Lane County Developmental Disabilities Services Program

      Provides a range of services for eligible individuals and their families including intake and eligibility determination, case management, protective services for adults, community-based residential and employment services, foster care for children and adults, self-directed supports, high school transition services and crisis resolution.

    • Lane County Diversity Program

      This Web page contains PDF documents describing Lane County's diversity program and policies which affect seniors and people with disabilities.

    • Lane County Human Services Commission

      Provides health, supportive housing, and human services on behalf of Lane County and the cities of Eugene and Springfield and through partnerships with other public, private nonprofit, and private community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, schools, utilities, and hospitals.

    • Lane County Public Health

      Describes Lane County's immunization program and announces schedules of immunizations and other public clinic services.

    • LaneCare

      Supports a significant percentage of services provided by Lane County Mental Health, funding outreach to facility-bound seniors and coordination with developmental disabilities.



  • Lane Transit District

    The Transit District's EZ Access program is a package of products and services provided by LTD under the umbrella of Accessible Services. EZ Access offers an array of products and services to senior citizens and people with disabilities.

  • OASIS: Eugene/Springfield

    OASIS is a unique educational program for mature adults who want to continue to grow, learn and be productive during the best years of their lives. OASIS serves over 7,500+ members' age 50 and better in Lane County.

  • PeaceHealth: Oregon Region

    PeaceHealth provides health care in Oregon's southern Willamette Valley, including facilities and services for seniors and people with disabilities.

  • Senior and Disabled Services (SDS)

    The Area Agency on Aging and Disability Services for Lane County, Oregon. In this role, the agency is responsible for planning and administering programs and services for people with disabilities and the elderly.

  • Special Education: Lane Education Service District

    Provides information about special education services in Lane County schools.

  • United Way of Lane County: Senior Companion Program

    Improves the quality of life for citizens of Lane County by assisting disabled and isolated adults with supportive services and companionship. The Senior Companion Program provides older, low-income volunteers with opportunities for training, personal growth, and community participation.

 

 


P O Box 40847
Eugene, OR 97404
541-780-6950