Community and State Resources
Accessible technology equipment is available in the downtown library.
LILA addresses accessibility, housing, employment, civil and voting rights, recreational, and other issues faced by community residents with disabilities.
The LTD EZ Access Program assists people with disabilities with transportation. All LTD buses are equipped with lifts and 90 percent of buses will lower, making that first step into the bus easier.
International exchange and International development for people with disabilities. Headquartered in Eugene.
Recycles and sells used computers.
They provide services, information and advocacy for seniors and persons with disabilities.
A variety of Adaptive Recreation classes are offered each season. See programs and classes.
Cerebral Palsy guide provides free educational materials, financial options and support to help those across the country affected by this disorder.
From information on cerebral palsy symptoms to financial assistance to daily living articles, CerebralPalsyGuidance.com covers all aspects of cerebral palsy
The Learning Center offers services to students attending the University of Oregon and Lane Community College. The Center specializes in students needing one-on-one college level instruction, LD/ADD/ADHD and other non-traditional learners, incoming freshmen and transfer Students, third culture students, and students seeking to develop/improve executive function skills.
Provides comprehensive, evidence-based behavioral health services at the University of Oregon. Provides help for Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Autism and ASD Diagnoses, Communication, and many other services.
Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community.
Access Technologies, Inc. — Specialists in Ergonomics, and accessible technology solutions.
Community Rehabilitation Services of Oregon—provide medical and Vocational Rehabilitation Services for individuals with Brain Injuries.
National Alliance on Mental Illness, Oregon chapter.
Oregon Association of Higher Education and Disability is a consortium of colleges and universities from around the state.
Works with individuals with vision loss.
Oregon State Library program to enhance the quality of life for print-disabled Oregonians through reading.
Oregon's Vocational Rehabilitation Division (VRD) provides rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities and makes eligibility decisions for disability benefits.
Government and legal resource
Information and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The U.S. federal government's website for information on disability programs and services nationwide.
Information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilites Act.
Help with workplace accommodations and/or the Americans with Disabilities Act and related legislation.
The U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights helps ensure equal access to education and promotes educational excellence through vigorous enforcement of civil rights in U.S. schools.
Services for seniors and persons with disabilities in the state of Oregon.
LearningAlly (Formerly RFB&D)
Accessible audiobook library for students with disabilities.
Finding help with the cost of medications.
Put out by the Hearing Loss Association of Oregon.
SLLEA serves adults with higher functioning autism, working with them to achieve and maintain meaningful independence and self-sufficiency in their lives.
Veditz: an ASL resource for hearing impaired students