Reading About Me now offered at PEI

March 20, 2014
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Pathway has partnered with the Down Syndrome Association of Southern Oregon to host the Reading About Me! (RAM) program at our Sky Park Community Center. This 12-week session is held Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and focuses on a personalized and fun approach to get participants inter­ested and excited about reading. For additional info or to.. read more →

Pathway January 2014 Quarterly Newsletter

January 13, 2014
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Our latest newsletter is now available. Click on ‘read more’ below and then click the link to read! 14_JAN_PEI read more →

VOTE!

October 17, 2012
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A message from the Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities, Disability Rights Oregon and The Oregon Secretary of State. Your vote matters! read more →

Pilot program brings cooking classes to food pantries, social-service groups, health clinics

May 8, 2012
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By Sarah Lemon Mail Tribune The Rogue Valley’s hungriest households have recently reaped the benefits of more locally grown foods. Yet preparing the produce of local community gardens and small farms, distributed by area food banks, still challenges many needy families. A pilot program to bring cooking classes to food pantries, social-service organizations and even.. read more →

Central Point Get’s the Royal Treatment!

May 8, 2012
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Article from: RECreate! Parks and Recreation Activity Guide | Summer 2012 Last summer, the City of Central Point needed to find a group to water flowers in planters on the buildings downtown. Pathway Enterprises, a local nonprofit that supports adults with developmental disabilities, answered the call and kept the flowers blooming all summer long through.. read more →

Disabled Custodian at Airport Earns State Honor

May 4, 2012
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Rogue Valley resident Adam May has autism By Hannah Guzik for the Tidings August 23, 2011 2:00 AM A Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport custodian who struggled for years to find work because he has autism has won a state honor for his job performance. Central Point resident Adam May, 31, was named the Oregon Rehabilitation.. read more →