Current Events

The Governor's Transportation Vision Panel

Share your vision for accessible transportation throughout Oregon! This is your chance to make sure the state of Oregon hears your voice and the voice of people across the state who need accessible transportation options. The Governor's Transportation Vision Panel is a year-long effort to develop a series of recommendations to the governor that address transportation issues across all modes and regions of the state. Members of the Vision Panel include legislative representatives, business owners and civic leaders from across Oregon.

For details, please see the attached flier or contact Cora Potter at 503-528-1727.

Staying Connected

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a four-week program, Staying Connected, which is geared specifically toward individuals with early memory loss and their care partners. Oregon’s ADRCs and the Alzheimer’s Association Oregon Chapter are pleased to offer this program, which is funded in part by a grant from the Administration for Community Living.

Staying Connected is free, but screening and registration are required.

For details, please see the attached flier or call 800-272-3900.

Free Caregiver Classes from Oregon Care Partners

Oregon Care Partners offers free classes that are open to the public. Family members, staff in long-term care settings, social workers, case managers and physicians are encouraged to sign up. Registration is required. For more information on Oregon Care Partners online classes, see the flier. For more information on Oregon Care Partners in-person classes, see the flier. For more information about Oregon Care Partners, go to

Volunteers Needed

Do you have a little time to spare? How about a heart for helping people in need? We need you. Please consider volunteering! For more information, see the flier.

Veterans Memorial Near the Washington County Fairgrounds.

For more information about the memorial and how to purchase a paver to honor any veteran who has or did have ties to Washington County. The stones will complete the design of the walkway and area around the flags at the Veterans Memorial between the Fairgrounds and the TriMet parking lot at the Fairplex stop.

VA Benefits Alert

Individuals, organizations and some retirement communities are contacting veterans and/or their spouses about a veteran's benefit called Aid and Attendance. The Aid and Attendance program is for elderly or disabled vets who need help with activities of daily living such as bathing, feeding etc. Veterans believe they will receive the Aid and Attendance benefit and then be able to afford market rent at the retirement home. Please click the link above for more information about this alert.