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Oregon ABLE Savings 121816
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL PARKER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH THE OREGON 529 SAVINGS NETWORK, ABOUT THE LAUNCH OF OREGON ABLE, A SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT PLAN JUST INTRODUCED FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
personal connection I have an eight year old daughter are on the autism spectrum. Obviously autism would be a qualified. Disability for able. So it's it's kind of an I ironic issue where I get to manage and
live let's talk about my daughter race so she she's on the autism spectrum you know we don't know what she's going to be like in 1520 years. And as I said to many other
Aim High 071716
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAN SIKKENS AND LUCAS STEUBER WITH AIM HIGH, A NON-PROFIT THAT OFFERS PROGRAMS TO AT-RISK YOUTH AND YOUTH WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WITH THEIR IGNITE PROGRAM.
or things like that. My specialty areas in pervasive developmental disorders like autism spectrum disorder I'm kids that have you know really profound motor and cognitive impairment slate Brent syndrome things like that. And I have to
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
to learn about all the different types of issues. Everything again from autism . Two. People who were undergoing. Cancer treatment to people who suffered a lot to people laugh hospice. And down people who suffered
NW School of Animal Massage 122715
AN INTERVIEW WITH LOLA MICHELIN, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AT THE NW SCHOOL OF ANIMAL MASSAGE ABOUT ANIMAL MASSAGE, THE SCHOOL, AND THE WORK THEY DO WITH OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY.
dogs for people suffering from PT SD. Mansur starves for people with autism . We have therapy dogs who do hospital visit is Zack and visits with veterans. And every type of we even have cancer
Sparks Of Hope 120615
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEE ANN MEAD, FOUNDER & PROGRAMS DIRECTOR AT SPARKS OF HOPE, A NON-PROFIT GIVING HOPE TO ABUSED CHILDREN.
came to our camp. Winds he's got. What we call. High functioning autism . And he came off the bus and was covering his ears didn't like loud noises didn't wanna be taxed. Was there the
A Hope For Autism 110815
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBBIN SOBOTKA-SOLES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH A HOPE FOR AUTISM FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM , INCLUDING ABA SERVICES AND ADVOCACY.
Is that way it's been referred to as the -- both spectrum autism spectrum disorder So they're good people fall under very written various areas of the spectrum assuming. Exactly okay. So it seems like autism has been in the news and kind of we've been talked about a lot more recently as it is but why is the. Well. The prevalence of autism and warned you last in the Perry hi I am in 2000 and turned the CDC reported about one and sixty children
United By Media 082315
AN INTERVIEW WITH TODD KIMBALL, FOUNDER OF UNITED BY MEDIA, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH EMPLOYING AND EMPOWERING PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WITH A MEDIA VOICE AND A PLATFORM FOR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT.
of our. Fastest growing populations. There's a six times. Our rate of autism then there was even twenty years ago so. As more people are born with developmental disabilities. We need to have an approach.
Piano Push Play 082315
AN INTERVIEW WITH MEGAN MCGEORGE, FOUNDER OF PIANO PUSH PLAY, ABOUT THE PIANOS AROUND PORTLAND FOR THE SUMMER.
this beautiful. Acoustic Lee. Amplifying could street corner. With a real piano autism link at all. Greinke dank keywords Casio keeping yeah like are really cool Piaf. And of course I I said that and
United Cerebral Palsy 8.24.14
An interview with Susan Cushman, Family Support Director, and Kerry Pinney, Development Coordinator, about services provided by UCP and about their fundraising walk and how to get involved.
the baby of my best friend. And he was later diagnosed with autism and so when he was about to. And is smudges I was supportive I had no idea what she was going through
Disability Icons Project
A discussion with Sara Hendren, an artist, designer, and writer and her work on the Disability Icons Project, changing perspectives on the disability community.
things and I know that. You know people. Could identify on the autism spectrum many of them prefer to be called autistic brain and not not a person with a disability with autism so. -- -- have to be very careful about speaking for others but in principle of course you're right -- is that