How We Serve

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RESIDENTIAL

Seven group homes provide an opportunity for independence with shared living, while other clients live in their own home and are provided support based on individual needs from 4-24 hours per day.

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Two Respite Homes

RESPITE CARE

Clients select from a wide variety of fun and educational activities for as few as four hours and up to two weeks at a time providing caregivers with a needed break

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Accessible Community Transport

TRANSPORTATION

With a fleet of 18 buses and vans, OE provides on-demand wheelchair-accessible transportation to the community for work, medical appointments, and social activities.

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Smaller Club-Like Offerings

OTHER PROGRAMS

OE offers a variety of extra activities to enrich the quality of life for people with disabilities like Aktion Club, Book Club, Community Integration, Self Advocates...

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Curriculum-Based Programs

DAY PROGRAMS

Five different programs provide groups of 4-10 people a variety of educational modules including art, music, technology, cooking, science, reading, exercise, and socialization.

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Coaching &Transition Services

EMPLOYMENT

JobSource connects clients and community businesses with employment opportunities. JobSource also provides programs to support the transition from school to work.

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Employing People w/Disabilities

SOCIAL ENTERPRISES

OE offers a variety of divisions that provide both meaningful work for our clients, as well as needed services for businesses in the community.

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Other Helpful Tools

FAMILY RESOURCES

Find information for families of someone with a disability regarding program eligibility, other resources and more.