Disability Rights

Disability Rights Oregon

Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) is a non-profit law office that provides advocacy and legal services to people with disabilities who have an issue related to their disability and that falls within our goals and priorities. Each year DRO sets its goals and priorities, with help from the disability community, to guide the work we do and to further our mission and vision.

 

Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities

The Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities serves as an advocate for persons with developmental disabilities and their families. We also advise the Governor, legislators, state agencies and the public on matters relating to the needs and rights of people with developmental disabilities to be independent, productive and included in all aspects of community life.

 

Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living

The Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living (APRIL) is a national grass roots, consumer controlled, nonprofit membership organization consisting of centers for independent living, their satellites and branch offices, statewide independent living councils, other organizations and individuals concerned with the independent living issues of people with disabilities living in rural America.

Readings on Crip and Disability Theory