ABI Community is a collaboration of programs, trainings, workshops, resources, and supports that has grown around the All Born (in) movement and our annual Cross-Disability Best-Practices Educational Inclusion Conference.

ABI is a program of NW Disability Support.

Upcoming Events

Intelligent Lives Screening (Free) • December 6, 2019

Winter Social • December 8, 2019
Register by December 4, 2019

Thinking About College? Think Portland State University's Career & Community Studies Info Nights:

West Linn/Wilsonville/Lake Oswego • December 10, 2019

PSU Campus • December 12, 2019

 Hillsboro • January 21, 2020

 PSU Campus • January 22, 2020

How to Start Conversations About Sex and Relationships With My Kids: Workshop for Parents and Caregivers • January 22, 2020
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Foundations of Sexual Health: An Interactive Professional Development Opportunity • January 23 & 24, 2020

Kindergarten Transition Bootcamp • February 1, 2020
Register by January 25, 2020

World Down Syndrome Day • March 21, 2020
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Adult Transition Summit: College & Career Success for All • April 17, 2020
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All Born (in) • April 18, 2020
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Bike First! • June 22-26, 2020

Summer Social • July 19, 2020
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22nd Annual #BuddyFestNW • September 19, 2020
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Winter Social • Date TBD


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Research shows that inclusive post-secondary education leads to better employment, social, and community living outcomes for people with disabilities. The Think Inclusive College West Coast Coalition Advisory Group is dedicated to opening doors to inclusive college options for students with intellectual disability.

Attend one of the upcoming information nights at Portland State University to find out more about their Career and Community Studies certificate and experience! First day of Fall Term is September 28, 2020!

Five years ago, we asked our children what they wanted for their future, encouraging them to envision no limits. A shared dream was college. Emma had choices and options; there was no college option for Dan in Oregon.

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