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These resources are intended to help individuals and their families get the supports they need.
Oklahoma ABLE Tech is Oklahoma's Tech Act project. Assistive technology information available through this site.
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home.
Visit DRS online or call 800-487-4042.
The Mission of the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc. (ODLC) is to Protect, Promote and Expand the rights of the people with disabilities and mental illness.
Visit Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Inc or call 800-880-7755.
OKFD provides high quality and activity-oriented adult day health services for adults with developmental disabilities in central Oklahoma.
WovenLife provides services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilities and other special needs. Since 1925, we have been offering help and hope to children and adults with disabilities, and to the families who love them
Simmons University is known for their expertise in fields which improve the human condition and sought out for the findings of their highly reputable research. Simmons is providing this resource about preparedness and strategies for planning trips for children with autism, such as bring sensory blockers like headphones to crowded destinations, etc.This resources also includes a trip-planning PDF to help parents or guardians.
The Ultimate Guide to Keeping your Child with Autism Safe by Barbara Nevers is a guide which explains symptoms of autism disorder, plan for your child, safety for schools, safety at home, safety in public, preventing wandering/elopement, and sexual safety.
The Retirement Living Information Center provides a convenient, easy-to-use resource designed to assist you in planning and making decisions about your retirement.
Need help on creating a home that is safe, comfortable and friendly for older adults? Be sure to check this comprehensive guide and reviews from leading experts on aging, senior care, and occupational therapy.
A broad, searchable site that answers almost any general question about Social Security, offers forms online, and shows you historical exhibits, statistics, and more.
Ticket to Work is a free and voluntary program that can help Social Security beneficiaries go to work, get a good job that may lead to a career, and become financially independent, all while they keep their Medicare or Medicaid. Individuals who receive Social Security benefits because of a disability and are age 18 through 64 probably already qualify for the program.
Check out various Windows features, videos on tips and tricks, and more on this free website! They even have accessibility related content! Be sure to check this site out.
Resources are informational only and in no way imply approval or endorsement by the Council.