Bridgeway House serves the needs of children with autism and related disabilities while educating and supporting their families. We began by offering desperately needed hope to a small handful of families and have grown immensely in the years since to offer hope to hundreds of families each year. Our programs help this diverse group of children meet the challenges of living with autism, as well as helping their parents and caregivers cope with the stresses of raising a child with special needs.
We provide best-practice services including ABA therapies, social skills groups, academic support, education, parent education and support groups, summer camps, family social events, a private school for children with autism, and more. We offer scholarships for all our programs because we are committed to serving all children with autism and their families, regardless of income level.
2014-2015 Service Calendar
(see Bridgeway School page for the school calendar)
September 4 Registration for Fall Programs
September 8 Programs and Services open
November 11 Veteran's Day (Closed No services)
November 27-28 Thanksgiving Vacation (No services)
December 22 -January 2 Winter Vacation (No services)
January 5 Services resume
January 19 MLK. Day (No services)
February 13 Staff training (No services)
February 16 President's Day (No services)
March 23 – 27 Spring Vacation (No services)
March 30 Closed No services
March 31 Services Resume
May 25 Memorial Day (No services)
Dennis Debbaudt, a leading voice on autism training for law enforcement and emergency responders, will present a lecture on Thursday, February 12, 2015 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Wesley United Methodist Church, located at 1385 Oakway Road in Eugene. Read flyer for more info (PDF)>>
Richard Wigney Memorial Run for Autism
To download the official application to the Richard Wigney Memorial Run for Autism scheduled for Sunday, April 12, 2015 in Alton Baker Park, please click here (PDF)>>
Please help Bridgeway House!
The difference that Bridgeway House makes for families and children living with autism comes with a price. Sadly, most families cannot afford the full cost of our services which are vital to our clients living with autism. Without grants, donations, and other fundraising, the families who rely on Bridgeway House would be without this crucial support. As a nonprofit organization, all donations to Bridgeway House are tax-deductible. Use the Paypal or Network for Good links on the sidebar to donate and help us continue to provide these critical services.
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