Welcome to Bridgeway House
Bridgeway House is a nonprofit organization that was founded to offer treatments, developmental therapies, enrichment courses, and support to children and families of all income levels with autism and related abilities. Our focus has been developing programs and services in direct response to needs seen in our community that are designed to help this diverse group of children meet the challenges of autism, as well as helping their families with the emotional, financial, and social challenges they face.
We require a one-time registration fee for all programs and services. We offer scholarships for all our programs because we are committed to providing services to all families affected by autism regardless of income level. Please call Bridgeway House for more information on the scholarship application process.
Each program has a minimum and maximum number of participants. The deadline for registration is one week prior to the first meeting. If a minimum number of participants have not preregistered, the may be cancelled at the instructor’s discretion.
About Bridgeway House
Bridgeway House was founded in 2002 by a parent who was unwilling to accept the limited resources available to her child.
Our primary mission is to offer treatments, developmental therapies, enrichment courses, and support to children and families of all income levels who are affected by autism.
Bridgeway House serves the needs of children with autism and related abilities while educating and supporting their families. We began by offering desperately needed hope to a small handful of families and have grown in the years since to offer hope to hundreds of families every year. Our programs help this diverse group of children meet the challenges of living with autism as well as help their parents and caregivers manage the stresses of raising a child with special needs.
We provide best practice services including ABA therapies, social skills groups, academic support, education, summer camps, family social events, parent education and support, 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.
Bridgeway House enriches the lives of children with autism and their families by building relationships.
The most reliable way to be notified about Bridgeway House closures and delays is to use the Remind App.
There are three ways you use Remind:
• Use the Remind App on your Phone: On your phone, open a browser, go to https://www.remind.com/join/hga8g3c and follow the instructions to sign up and download the mobile app.
• Get Text Notifications on your Phone: Text @hga8g3c to 81010
• Get Email Notifications: Open a web browser, go to: Rmd.at/hga8g3c and follow the instructions.
Check out our latest newsletter, 2022 BWH Summer Camp Flyer
Bridgeway House News & Events
Please click here for Bridgeway House 2021-2022 Operational Framework including Full Agency Safety & Health Protocol. 2022-2023 Operational Framework coming soon
Fire & Ice Dinner and Raise the Glass benefit for Bridgeway House on April 15, 2023 at 5:30pm in the Wheeler Pavilion of the Lane Events Center. Sponsored by Kristine and Nick Dibos. Click here for more information.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, Bridgeway House is following strict ODE and CDC guidelines, as well as state-specific regulations mandated by Gov. Kate Brown. The agency’s school has continued to operate with very little interruption following the COVID-19 closure on March 13, 2020, though at a different capacity, as online/distance learning is the only approved method of teaching at this time.
All programs are intended to resume at full capacity as soon as possible but the actual dates are uncertain, with Oregon schools tentatively scheduled to reopen for in-person learning in Fall 2020. Numerous factors could extend closure, but the Bridgeway House must have a plan in place as things continue to develop and change.
Bridgeway House has developed a unique, school-specific, phased approach for reintroduction to on-site/in-person learning.