Author Archives: Dan Yedinak

About Dan Yedinak

Dan Yedinak is an Information Technology consultant, volunteer Web Administrator for the Autism Research and Resources of Oregon, and an Autism Advocate.

Donate to ARROAutism Today!

Autism Research and Resources of Oregon (ARROAutism) is a non-profit organization dedicated, in part, to developing and maintaining, a center of excellence in Oregon. This future location will provide the Autism community with a place to meet, share ideas, offer … Continue reading

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An Evening for Autism 2015

A Benefit for the Autism Research and Resources of Oregon Family Holiday Assistance Project Saturday, May 23rd Doors open at 6 pm – Auction starts at 7 pm at the Pantheon Banquet Hall 5940 SE 92nd Ave, Portland Music provided … Continue reading

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Seans Run 2015 – New Date – New Location

For the first time since its inception in 2007, Seans Run will be held in a new place, and a new date. So, mark your calendars for Saturday, August 8th, 2015 for Sean’s Run for ARROAutism to be held at … Continue reading

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ARROAutism News and Updates Email Newsletters are Back | Family Holiday Assistance Project

Why Now? Now, granted, it has been a long time, but, still … why now? What is it about today that makes it so important to have things working again? Simply put – we’re still here, still working, and we … Continue reading

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Washington County Severe Weather Shelter/Warming Centers

List of Emergency Cold Weather Shelters. For homeless assistance resources and shelter openings in the metro area, dial 211 or 503-222-5555 to access the 211info Information and Referral System. Local shelter information is available online at http://www.co.washington.or.us/homeless Continue reading

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Fall Back – Daylight Savings Time Ends on November 2nd 2014

If you live in the United States, you may not have remembered that you need to change your clocks as you go to bed this Saturday (November 2nd) (unless you wanted to wait until the official changeover at 2am on the 3rd). … Continue reading

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Monsters of Rock 2014 Raises $2660 for Family Holiday Assistance Project

Monsters of Rock 2013 a Great Success On October 18th, 2014, 60 Portland area musicians gathered before a sold out crowd at Dante’s Inferno for the 5th annual Monsters of Rock Concert, this year benefiting the ARROAutism Family Holiday Assistance Project. … Continue reading

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nonPareil is coming to Town

As tech heavy as we are here in Oregon, and as many Autism families as are connected to the tech industry, bringing nonPareil to Portland has long been a vision of mine. Thanks to the efforts of a small group, including Justine Haigh, Max Janasik, Jeanna Johnson and Dave Brebner, that vision is becoming a reality. Continue reading

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Store your can of shaving cream upside down

Over time, with and without use, cans of shaving cream expel the gases inside that push the cream out of the can and into your hand. Often, this means that the gases run and leave a lot of shaving cream … Continue reading

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Monsters of Rock to Benefit ARROAutism

Over the years, the Portland area has spawned a thriving and talented pool of rock musicians. On any given weekend, clubs around Portland and Vancouver are teaming with talented musicians that perform everything from original material, tributes, and covers. What … Continue reading

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