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The Little Book of Advocacy.pdf pdf version
Many people have qualified for some type of program serving people with disabilities, but they have little understanding of how that program works. Lack of understanding of the program limits their utilization of that program causing frustration.
The purpose of this book is to assist people with disabilities to get their needs met.
...an outgrowth of the many consumer inquiries the Office of Disability Concerns has received over a long period of time, dealing with the subject of housing for people with disabilities in the state of Oklahoma.
Selected by American Library Association's Government Documents Round Table as a notable document in 1999, the
has been revised in 2008 and is available to view handbook online or in hardcopy from the Office of Disability Concerns.
The revised 2011 edition of the popular
publication is available.View RTE online or in hardcopy from the Office of Disability Concerns.
The Agency newsletter ( Will's Corner, Oklahoma) is produced quarterly and provides information on all disability issues including legislative updates. To be placed on the mailing list to receive this newsletter, contact the Office of Disability Concerns by the most convenient means available.
Our brochure presents a concise description of the Office of Disability Concerns. The information in this brochure is also presented on this web site across the different pages.
The Client Assistance Program (CAP) is an advocacy program for applicants and clients of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), Centers for Independent Living (CIL) and other programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.