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Autism Resources – This link takes you to a source for many other links to websites focusing on supports for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can download social stories, picture schedules and other helpful information.
Autism Research - The Interactive Autism Network is an online project designed to accelerate the pace of autism research by linking researchers and families.
Questions About Kids – This site contains many short articles for parents including titles such as Am I spoiling my baby, How can I help my baby sleep through the night, and How can I help my child understand death?
Zero to Three – Focusing specifically on infants and toddlers this site has information for parents about supporting your child’s development. There are also publications for purchase.
Do To Learn – This site includes games, activities, picture cards, schedules, and other visual supports, to download or to purchase.
Oregon Developmental Disabilities - This site contains information for parents about advocacy, including contact information for the Oregon legislature. You can also read the full report of the Legislative Task Force on Autism.
FACT (Family and Community Together) - Oregon's new Parent Training and Information Center. FACT is a family leadership organization for individuals and their families experiencing disabilities, working collaboratively to facilitate positive change in policies, systems, and attitudes, through family support, advocacy, and partnerships.
Milestones in Action- A free library of photos and videos of developmental milestones. Learn the signs and act early.
CSEFEL – The Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning. This site contains many resources for parents and staff related to Positive Behavior Supports. There are book lists, downloadable picture cards for problem solving, a family routines guide to provide suggestions for behavioral supports during meal time, bath time etc. and MUCH more.
Two Little Hands - This site is a tool to instantly learn the most popular signs for babies and children. The site allows you to click on a word to see a video of the sign.
Warm Line- The goals of this warm line is to promote access to appropriate child care for families of children with disabilities, challenging behaviors or special health care needs, and to help all children be in inclusive child care settings with their peers.