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Family Employment Awareness Training  Family Employment Awareness Training

The mission of Family Employment Awareness Trainings (FEAT) are to increase expectations for competitive employment and increase knowledge of local, state, and federal resources to support the employment of the youth/young adults who have disabilities. 

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Oklahoma Early Access Autism Project

Oklahoma Early Access Autism ProjectThe DDCO Early Access Project closely aligns with the DDCO Mission by creating systems change in the identification of and service provision of children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Through collaborations and partnerships this project will improve services and support systems for children at risk for autism and other developmental disabilities as well as their families. 

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Parents with Disabilities

Sooner Succes, Serving, Supporting, Building Inclusive Communities (logo)The Parents with Disabilities project focuses on barriers to and appropriate supports for parents who have disabilities. This includes educating their supporting persons and professional providers about resources that parents can utilize to become more independent.  

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Oklahoma Self-Advocacy Network (OKSAN)

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The Oklahoma Self-Advocacy Network project is a collaborative effort to strengthen the self-advocacy movement in Oklahoma and to equip self-advocates with skills in leadership and advocacy.  

Learn about joining the network.

Expressions Gallery 

Expressions Gallery logo, artworkThe Expressions Gallery showcases artwork from Oklahomans who have a disability.  

View the art of the Expressions Gallery.

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2401 NW 23rd St, Ste. 74
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Fax: 405-521-4910
Email: staff@okddc.ok.gov

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