Regional and Statewide Services for Students with Orthopedic Impairments | RSOI
RSOI provides services to professionals and families concerned with the needs of young children and students with orthopedic impairments, from birth to 21 years of age. The program provides information, training, resources and referrals to school districts and educational programs throughout Oregon. RSOI is funded by the Oregon Department of Education's Office of Special Education.
On this page find:
Kinova Robotic Arm Video
Workflow Approach: A Paradigm Shift for Positive Impact
Robitics to the rescue: Prosthetic Arm for Power Chairs
As therapists, we have the ability and responsibility to advocate for increased independence for many children. Once in a while a new product comes along that can make the difference between dependence and independence. This inspirational video could make that difference. Working with the medical community, we can help make dreams come true.
TIES 2016 April 7 & 8, 2016 | Click here for handouts
RSOI Newsletter | click here to view
Listings in Oregon for Physical and Occupational Therapists in educational settings.
- "Workload Approach: A Paradigm Shift for Positive Impact on Student Outcomes" from AOTA, APTA and ASHA (pdf)
Connie Hector, RSOI Coordinator
Julie Clark, Administrative Assistant
1871 NE Stephens, Roseburg, OR 97470
Phone: (541) 440-4791
Fax: (541) 957-4808