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Adaptive Recreation Resources

City of Eugene Recreation Services
Classes and activities for people with disabilities, along with their families and friends (all classes offered by Recreation Services are also open to people with disabilities)
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Willamalane Park & Recreation District
Specialized recreation for adults (18 and older) with disabilities
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Other Resources

211 Lane County
Community Resources
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The Arc of Lane County
Services and programs to people with developmental disabilities, their families and care providers
4181 "E" Street
Springfield, OR 97478
541-343-5256
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Bridgeway House
Support for Parents/Caregivers for Children with Autism
Eugene: 541-345-0805
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Direction Service
Case Coordination, Information, Advocacy, and Mediation
Eugene: 541-686-5060
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Emerald Family Down Syndrome Network
The Emerald Family Down Syndrome Network is a network of families in the greater Eugene area who share a common bond, the love of a person with Down Syndrome.
541-221-0746; 541-337-6174
E-mail: contact@efdsn.org
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Lane County Developmental Disabilities
Responsive, Cooperative Lifespan Delivery System of Support
Eugene Intake/Determination: 541-682-3695
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Oregon Department of Education (ODE)
Office of Student Learning and Partnerships
Salem: 503-947-5782
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National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NICHCY)
Information on Disabilities
Toll Free: 800-695-0285
www.nichcy.org

Special Olympics
Safe, quality training for Special Olympics Athletes
Local Program Coordinator:  Ted Barker
541-431-3245; 541-337-1181
www.soor.org

Tax Exemption for Parents of Children with Disabilities
The Oregon Tax Code provides an additional tax exemption for parents of children with disabilities in Oregon. Find out more

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