A social story presented by the Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities:
The Developmental Disabilities Council of Oklahoma is a place for families and individuals to connect to information when learning about a disability.
The Governor's Office accepts applications for Oklahoma citizens 18 years and older to serve on the Developmental Disabilities Council of Oklahoma. If you are interested in advocating for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities, complete the Governor's "Get Involved" application here. All decisions on Council membership are made by the governor, and an application does not guarantee appointment.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced the launch of an online registration portal to help Oklahomans determine when they are eligible to receive the vaccine and how to schedule an appointment when it is their turn. The registration portal will be functional Thursday, Jan. 7 for all Oklahomans. The online portal will be used as a point of registration, determine eligibility within each priority group, and for updates/notificaitons when is will be your turn to receive the vaccine.
The information below is provided by the Hawaii Developmental Disabilities Council.
Now that the United States has a vaccine shot that works for people, here are some things you need to know about the new COVID-19 Vaccination process.