Families Connected Summer Recreation Co-op

The Families Connected Recreation Co-op is in full swing, and there's an exciting line up of fun activities. Check out the Summer Recreation Co-op Calendar

There's still time for families to join. Simply complete the Summer Recreation Co-op Registration Form and return to The Arc Lane County, 4181 E St., Springfield, OR 97478. 


The Arc JumpStart Saturday Respite - Parents can bring their kids to The Arc Lane County from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on certain Saturdays each month. See the list of JumpStart Saturday Respite dates through June 2017.

FACT Family and Community Together- FACT now have online training opportunities.  They have completed a 4 module training series of online videos; Module 1: Disability is Natural,  Module 2: Person-centered Planning, Module 3: Telling Your Story, Module 4: Transitioning from ECSE to Kindergarten.  Please visit FACT’s website for more information

Pearl Duck Autism Center is offering free behavior support clinics; Challenging Behaviors, Social Communication, and Play.  The clinic includes assessment, behavioral support plan, and home follow-up for children 18months- 5 years old.  Call Emily at #541-752-1680 to schedule an appointment, at this time appointments/clinic are available on Fridays.

Free drop-in Art Class at The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art ArtAccess provides accessible, object-based art classes for K-12 children with developmental, emotional, and physical disabilities. This includes students who are on an IEP and enrolled in special education.


The University of Oregon School-Age Speech and Language Clinic will host a 2-week Duck Pond Social Skills Camp for middle school students who struggle with social communication skills. 

Help test the effectiveness of the Continuum of Autism Spectrum Traits survey tool by participating in the OHSU COAST Study Research Opportunity

Refuge Music Therapy will host a Creative Arts Therapy Summer Camp.

There will be a First Friday Community of Color Networking Event on August. 4.