Learning Disabilities Association of Oklahoma
The Learning Disabilities Association of Oklahoma (LDAO) is a nonprofit organization committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with learning disabilities and their families through education, advocacy, research and service.
Oklahoma Autism Alliance
The Alliance is made up of the Oklahoma Autism Network and the Oklahoma Family Center for Autism as well as other collaborating organizations who share a common vision of improving supports and services for individuals with autism and their families in the state.
Oklahoma Parents Center
The Oklahoma Parents Center is dedicated to the inclusion and equality of children and adults with disabilities. Our mission is to train, inform, educate and support parents, families, professionals and consumers in building partnerships that meet the needs of children and youth with the full range of disabilities from birth through age 26.
Oklahoma Family Network, Inc.
The Oklahoma Family Network is Oklahoma’s non-profit parent-to-parent mentorship and referral network, empowering families who are raising children with special health-care or disability needs.
OASIS is a statewide resource center, providing information, referral and assistance for Oklahomans with disabilities and special health-care needs. Anyone needing help can call the toll-free number at 800-426-2747 or search our directory. OASIS has a database of thousands of agencies, organizations and programs throughout the state, and can help people find the services they need in their area. OASIS also has listings of national organizations and agencies as well as local support groups and parent-to-parent support.
TARC- Developmental Disabilities Advocacy Network
The Developmental Disabilities Advocacy Network is a place where you can find information about disabilities, learn about available programs and services, and connect with others like yourself.
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
Oklahoma State Department of Education
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council
The Council promotes quality services and programs that enable persons with developmental disabilities to realize increased independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion in the community. Though not providers of direct services, the Council has assisted thousands of Oklahomans to live, work, play and learn in their own homes and neighborhoods.
Oklahoma Disability Law Center