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The Power of Language When Talking About Disabilities

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We work with a large population of people who receive our services, and the people that provide those services in a loving, caring manner. To help empower our communities, we feel it is important to speak to the power of using the correct language when talking about disabilities, and when talking to people with disabilities. […]

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Your Child’s Development and Early Intervention

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For parents that are raising a child with any type of disability, it is important to monitor their child’s development from the earliest possible stages. Talk to your primary pediatrician if there are areas of concern, or to find ways to help your child live a happy and fulfilled life. RISE also provides information to […]

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RISE Services for People with Disabilities in Utah

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Our services have grown to support children, adults, and families with a variety of needs across multiple states. We are happy to say that our team at RISE in Utah works extremely hard for those in their care, and has in fact been certified since September 2015 for its commitment to staff and the individuals […]

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Let’s Hear It For Our DSPs!

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As a non-profit, human services network, we provide a wide variety of services for children, adults, and families with a variety of needs across multiple states. People with disabilities receive support from us in residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community based services. There is so much we offer that […]

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RISE Services for People with Disabilities in Oregon

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RISE is an innovative, non-profit, human services network that was originally established in 1987 to help move individuals living in institutions into family settings. Since that time, our services have grown to support children, adults, and families with a variety of needs across multiple states. We are happy to say that our team at RISE […]

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RISE is Hiring in the Portland Metro Area!

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When describing eyesight, somebody with 20/20 vision is said to see things clearly at a distance of 20 feet without any assistance. RISE Oregon is very focused on achieving a 2020 vision as well, but we need a lot of help to achieve our goal.  We have been serving the needs of children and adults […]

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Raising a Child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is a term that covers a wide range of symptoms, signs and effects that are associated with exposure to alcohol before birth. Because an unborn child is exposed to alcohol during its vital developmental stages, the resulting abnormalities can affect the child for the remainder of his or her life. FASD […]

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Stay Active This Summer With Our Wheelchair-Friendly Summer Activities List

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Summertime is the best time to get out and explore your world. If your disability requires that you use a wheelchair, don’t let that stop you! There are plenty of things to do that offer accessibility, no matter what mobility problems you face. We’ve compiled a list of activity ideas for you and your family […]

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RISE Services in Arizona – Programs for People Living With Disabilities

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In Arizona, RISE offers unique opportunities for individuals with disabilities. From day services to residential homes where clients can enjoy a loving and family-oriented atmosphere, RISE facilities are designed to provide the very best care and learning opportunities. Day Services RISE Day Services classes are designed to teach life skills that lead clients on a […]

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How to Encourage Positive Behaviors For People with Disabilities

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The goal for everyone involved in helping care for someone with disabilities is helping them achieve their best life possible, but that can be difficult to do alone. Not only are there tangible skills but also social behaviors that need to be corrected, encouraged, or redirected.  It is the responsibility of the caregiver to recognize […]

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