The role of the Douglas Education Service District is to provide services to administrators, teachers, staff and students in our 13 local component school districts. The Douglas ESD plays many roles in serving children.
FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.
The Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities is made up of self-advocates, family members, representatives of advocacy organizations, and community organizations that provide services and supports to people with developmental disabilities.
You are in charge and you plan your services and supports. You can choose to have a legal representative, family member or friend help you. You build your support plan that includes your services based on your goals, what is important to you, and your assessed needs.
OCFN believes that when parents connect with other parents who can share a vision of possibility, and help each other find strength, they break the cycle of loneliness and isolation for each other, and in turn, their children, changing their trajectory to one of empowerment and success.
You are likely excited about your future career and adult life after high school. You may have questions about the services, supports1 and resources that can help you reach your goals. This manual has information to answer these questions