The Social Security Administration will mail a notice to more than 342,700 Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients between the ages of 14 and 17 (transition-aged youth) and their adult representatives to share policies and other resources to assist youth in their transition to adulthood.
The mission of the Developmental Disabilities Council of Oklahoma is to advance communities where everyone has the opportunity to live, learn, work, and play where they choose. The Council builds partnerships to change systems to improve services, resources, and supports for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities and their families.
Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Services created a great information sheet about the services it can provide. If you need this article in a different language, open the PDF in your internet browser and use the Recite Me tool bar to choose your language preference.
Sensory-Friendly Vaccine Clinic Back-to-School Vaccines
The clinics are for anyone with autism or a disability who would like to attend. In addition, the parent or caregiver can get their vaccine simultaneously with their child. The clinics are primarily for the Covid-19 vaccine, but we will also be offering back-to-school immunizations. Children needing back-to-school immunizations will have to be a part of the VFC program (no private insurance). Please specify which vaccine at registration.
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