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  • ABLE Tech's Assistive Technology Assessment 3-Part Series Workshops

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Gretchen Cole-Lade will be the featured presenter at the FREE AT Workshops for the 2019-20 school year. She is an Assistant Professor in the Human Development and Family Science Department at Oklahoma State University and has several years of experience as a Special Education Teacher.Dr.

  • Vaccine Awareness Month

    August is when the new school year begins as our summer ends. It is also Vaccine Awareness Month. Vaccines have played a significant role in preventing serious, sometimes fatal diseases.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has developed many educational resources for all audiences, from pregnant women to young children and adolescents to adults.

  • Early Results On Alzheimer's Vaccine Trial In People With Down Syndrome

    Early Results On Alzheimer's Vaccine Trial In People With Down Syndrome Promising, Researchers SayPeople with Down syndrome actually make up the world's largest population of individuals predisposed to getting Alzheimer's disease. Researchers say they offer unique opportunities for clinicians exploring effective treatments for Alzheimer’s that could benefit both the Down syndrome and the general populations.It was announced this month early clinical results of an ongoing study ...

  • Oklahoma Clinical Education Team Training

    OKLAHOMA CLINICAL EDUCATION TEAM TRAINING If you are interested in an educational forum designed to improve thecapacity and to provide supports to individuals with IDD and behavioralhealth needs by teaching through discussion of a case, please come join usfor a Clinical Education Team Training! Presented by Oklahoma DHS, David O’Neal, MS, LMHC, Project Facilitator, The Center forSTART Services and Leslie Smith, MD, Medical Director, Ark START WHAT: The Center for START ...

  • App Advice

    The App Advice is an Early Education app that is bilingual (English and Spanish) and is FREE today (normally $1.99). It focuses on a variety of early learning and literacy skills. This app was also made from Peekaboo Studios which has a track record of producing quality education apps. https://appadvice.com/apps-gone-free

  • Expressions Gallery 2019

    Expressions Gallery 2019Where: Oklahoma People First & Oklahoma APSE 2019 ConferenceEmbassy Suites Norman Hotel & Conference CenterWhen: Sept 13-14, 2019Oklahoma has incredible artists with disabilities and it’s time to showcase their masterpieces at the Oklahoma People First and Oklahoma APSE is an educational and advocacy conference by and for Oklahomans with disabilities and their families.We are seeking artwork entries from Oklahomans with disabilities that may include: paintin...

  • Help ODOT Develop its Long Range Trasportation Plan

    Help ODOT develop its Long Range Transportation Plan In accordance with federal law, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is developing 25 year Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) that will help provide a long term vision for highways, bridges, rural public transit, waterways, state-owned rail, airport access and bicycle/pedestrian facilities.Please fill out a survey to help ODOT better understand what transportation priorities and options are important to you. Estimated time ...

  • NACDD's Fact Sheet on Surviving Sexual Harassment

    The Survivor Justice Is Disability Justice fact sheet is a tool to educate and impact people with disabilities who are survivors of and to prevent sexual harassment. While this fact sheet informs that people with disabilities are far more likely to be survivors of sexual assault than accused of harassment or assault, educators and others are failing to meet their needs.This fact sheet is a product of months of work with the National Women's Law Center, experts on Title IX, and the creat...

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