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- Agency ADA Coordinators
Trainings on Autism
The Oklahoma Autism Network is providing several trainings for a minimal fee coming up early this year. Check out “Bloom Where You’re Planted” on February 1 in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Enroll in “Positive Behavior Support for Individuals with Development Disabilities” February 7 in Oklahoma City. February 21 “Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills” will be offered in Oklahoma City. Tulsa will host “Strategies for Success: Preparing for Your Child’s IEP” on March 6. Contact Jennifer Moyano at the Oklahoma Autism Network for these and more at 405-271-2131 ext. 47138 or Jennifer.email@example.com.
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Representing the Concerns of Oklahomans with Disabilities
The Office of Disability Concerns (ODC) is an independent state agency whose purpose is to help state government develop policies and services that meet the needs of Oklahomans with disabilities.
ODC staff is available to answer questions from individuals, to identify available resources and services by phone, email, letter and fax.The Office is staffed Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm.
ODC serves as a resource, to people with disabilities, who want to present their views and recommendations to the Governor, the State Legislature and State agencies.ODC supports two important committees:
Governor’s Advisory Committee of People with Disabilities
Governor’s Advisory Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
ODC is a technical resource from employment issues with employment of people with disabilities and as a resource for ADA compliance with design and implementation.
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