During the first two weeks of December, the Oregon ABLE Savings Plan will host free launch events throughout the state to celebrate and answer questions in person. Continue Reading ABLE Accounts launch events through December
Disability Rights Oregon advocates for the rights of Social Security beneficiaries who have a representative payee. DRO also advocates on behalf of Social Security beneficiaries who are working, or planning to return to work and have a barrier to work. We provide information, referral and advocacy on employment services, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) and Oregon Commission for the Blind (OCB) services, and support services from Employment Networks (ENs) and other providers. (Read our Employment and Plan for Work pages. )
DRO receives funding from Protection & Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS) (42 U.S.C. § 1320b-21, P.L. 106-170). PABSS is administered by the Social Security Administration.
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Sus aportes son importantes. Por favor, disponga aproximadamente de 10 minutos para completar esta encuesta y ayúdenos a identificar áreas en las que podamos concentrar nuestros recursos durante este año. Continue Reading Encuesta informativa de la comunidad de 2016
The disability community is encouraged to attend and participate. The first Town Hall will take place at Centennial High School in Gresham tomorrow, Friday September 25, at 1 p.m. Continue Reading Senator Wyden hosts Town Halls in Gresham, Moro and The Dalles this week
The Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities has produced a new transition guide called “Planning My Way to Work,” available here in PDF format. Continue Reading New transition guide from OCDD