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We strive to support the choices of individuals with disabilities and their families within communities by promoting and providing services that are person-centered and directed, flexible, community inclusive and supportive of the discovery and development of each individual's unique gifts, talents and abilities. We are committed to work toward service options to assure that people with developmental disabilities have the opportunity to have lives that are fulfilling and meaningful.
Are you looking for services and supports for an adult or child with developmental disabilities?
Start here to find out how to get help
How can we continue to improve our services? The ODDS leadership team invites you to meet with us and share your experiences.
To do this, we are hosting community listening sessions across the state. These meetings will take place throughout 2024 and 2025. You’ll have a chance to learn more about ODDS and our services. We’ll have a discussion. We’ll hear your feedback and experiences.
These will be virtual meetings
10 a.m. to noonAll community members are welcome.
3 to 5 p.m.This meeting is only for personal support workers and direct support professionals.
6 to 8 p.m.All community members are welcome.
These meetings will be in person in Roseburg, Oregon.
The full schedule is pending. Check back for updates.
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