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Unsung Heroes: Celebrating the Heart of Caregiving

Unsung Heroes: Celebrating the Heart of Caregiving

Caregivers are the unsung heroes of our communities, tirelessly dedicating themselves to the well-being of those who need assistance the most. Whether it's providing round-the-clock care for a family member with a disability or offering companionship and support to an...

Embracing Inclusivity: Recreational Activities for All Abilities

Embracing Inclusivity: Recreational Activities for All Abilities

Hey there, fellow adventurers! Today, we’re diving into the wonderful world of inclusive recreational activities—a space where everyone, regardless of ability, can come together to have fun, explore new passions, and build meaningful connections. Join us as we celebrate the joy, diversity, and boundless possibilities that come with embracing inclusivity in recreation.

Embracing Diversity: Advantages of Disability Employment

Embracing Diversity: Advantages of Disability Employment

In the ever-evolving landscape of employment, the concept of disability employment is gaining the attention it deserves. Creating inclusive workplaces is not just about meeting legal requirements; it’s about recognizing the unique strengths individuals with disabilities bring to the table. In this blog, we’ll explore the advantages of disability employment, shedding light on the economic benefits, the link between diversity and innovation, and the positive impact on employee morale.

About Central Oregon Collective and Why You Should Care

About Central Oregon Collective and Why You Should Care

Central Oregon Collective is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit that was established in the 80’s. We have around 70 staff members, most being Direct Support Professionals, and are currently serving about 40 individuals of varying abilities. We have 5 group homes and also...

About Us

Central Oregon Collective (formerly RAP) supports individuals with a wide variety of abilities such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Epilepsy and mental health issues.
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