Our team is committed to providing Oregon parents and professionals with the latest information focused on school-age students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- Elementary School
- Emotional Health
- Positive Behavior
- Social & Relationship Skills
- Physical Health
- Family Wellness
- Community Participation
- Cognitive & Academic
This section provides an overview of the school-based processes and procedures involved in the initial placement process including initial testing and evaluation, the role of families, the multidisciplinary team, initial IEP development, and the provision of special education services.
Many different services and supports can be provided to students with disabilities during elementary school including support learning important academic skills, support to develop functional skills such as self-care skills (e.g., brushing teeth, combing hair, etc.), communication and speech language skills, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
Learn more about training opportunities related to students with disabilities during elementary school.
View or listen to free webinars and podcasts for parents, family members, caregivers, or professionals on topics pertaining to elementary school.