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Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder is well underway. The commission has regularly scheduled monthly meetings and a number of subcommittees have been formed to explore specific topic areas and report back to the full commission.

For more information about the commission and upcoming meetings, visit the web site at

Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder created by Governor

View the press release.

View the Executive Order.

View the Application form.


Oregon Autism Project

The Autism Spectrum Disorder Workgroup was created as an ad hoc committee by the Chairs of the House Education and Health Care Committees in response to the issues of the rapidly growing population of children and adults identified with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Oregon. The Workgroup reviewed current services, identified gaps, and developed recommendations. During the Fall of 2008, public forums were conducted statewide to review the Workgroup report and discuss the state of services to individuals with ASD.

Serving and Supporting People with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Their Families.

View the report.

Review of DHS Services for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

View the report.