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A little girl smiling as she rides a horse with three adults by her side.

Legislative Wrap-Up: Week 3

Equine therapy can be a life-changing treatment for kids and adults who experience physical disabilities, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or mental health conditions. The nearly 20 centers across our state serve a diverse group of Oregonians – from veterans who experience PTSD to young children who experience behavioral issues linked to their disability. But, Oregon… Continue Reading Legislative Wrap-Up: Week 3

Captain Louis Belluomini sitting in the back of an ambulance with his service dog.

Meet Captain Louis Belluomini, combat veteran and paramedic

We wanted to share this great story from the Northwest ADA Center in Idaho. The center profiled Captain Louis Belluomini — a paramedic, combat veteran and person who relies on a service animal to manage his post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) symptoms. His service dog Star is his reasonable accommodation in… Continue Reading Meet Captain Louis Belluomini, combat veteran and paramedic

Oregon Capitol building with green mall lawn and cherry trees with pink spring blossoms

Town hall meetings will be your chance to give input on state services

Oregon legislators are holding seven town halls across the state to receive input about the next state budget. On January 19, the co-chairs of the Joint Ways and Means Committee released an “Existing Resources Framework.” The framework outlines changes and cuts to state services that will be considered if Oregon does not increase revenue. You can read… Continue Reading Town hall meetings will be your chance to give input on state services