"This Guide was written to provide parents and advocates with accurate information and answers to questions about special education for children enrolled in Oregon’s public schools from Kindergarten to 21 years of age" — Disability Rights Oregon
"The Assistive Device Lemon Law protects consumers who buy or lease defective wheelchairs, scooters, or aids that increase the mobility or positioning of a person using a wheelchair as well as consumers who buy or lease hearing aids." — Disability Rights Oregon
"This guide is intended for non-lawyers who want to help a family member or friend appeal a notice of ineligibility for services." — Disability Rights Oregon
Use this online style guide from the National Center on Disability and Journalism (NCDJ) to make sure that appropriate and accurate language is used when writing or talking about people with disabilities. The guide covers general terms and words as well as a brief background for each word or term. Versions are available in English, Spanish, Italian and Romanian.
"The purpose of this Handbook is to provide general information to housing providers, applicants and tenants about the rights and protections that individuals with disabilities have under the law to ask for reasonable accommodations or reasonable modifications in residential housing." — Disability Rights Oregon
"FMLA addresses permanent and temporary illness, injury or disability experienced not just by you, but also your family members." — Disability Rights Oregon