DRO wants to learn more about how in-home service hours are determined for children and adults who have intellectual or developmental disabilities. We’d like to hear about your experience. Continue Reading Seeking stories of inadequate in-home services
DRO receives feedback from Oregonians who have disabilities through annual surveys, focus groups, listening sessions, and community events.
FAQ includes answers to questions such as “If I got a letter, do I have to do anything?” and “If I don’t like the settlement agreement, what can I do?” Continue Reading Lane v. Brown: Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about the Proposed Settlement Agreement (Lane v. Brown) from the plaintiffs and the defendants and hear what it means to youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families. Bend, October 20; Roseburg, October 23; Hillsboro, October 28; Pendleton, October 29. Continue Reading Lane v. Brown Community Forums in Roseburg, Hillsboro, Pendleton, Grants Pass
DRO continues to work on curbing the use of short school days for children who have disabilities. If your child gets only 1 or 2 hours of education a day because of behaviors related to a disability, please fill out our survey. Continue Reading We need you to help fight short school days