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  • Easter Seals Oklahoma offers an Early Learning & Inclusion Academy for children of all abilities, ages two through kindergarten. An onsite Board Certified Behavior Analyst uses Applied Behavior Analysis techniques through one-on-one sessions, social groups, and classroom interactions to ensure…

  • Provides early childhood learning to develop strong social skills, including self-confidence and kindergarten readiness. www.okceducare.org

  • A collaborative therapy center for ages 5-18 with academic language therapists and speech-language pathologists who are highly trained in dyslexia and related disorders. Therapies utilize research- and evidence-based instruction techniques.

  • Works to prevent, control and cure epilepsy through community services; public education; federal and local advocacy; and supporting research into new treatments and therapies. www.epilepsyfoundation.org

  • Provides a variety of medical equipment and services. www.familymedicalsupply.net

  • Flames to Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to changing lives through Equine Assisted Services. All the equines used in the programs are rescued, acquired or adopted due to extenuating circumstances and rehabilitated for the unique equine assisted programs.…

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  • Provides assessments, evaluations, therapies, training and case management to improve infant mental health. www.ipic-ok.com

  • Provides private Speech-Langauge Pathology for children from birth to 20 years of age who present with speech and langauge deficits, articluation delays, cognitive/linguistic deficits, dysphagia/swallowing disorders, voice disorders, fluency disorders, as well as augmentative and alternative communication needs. www.iespeechtherapy.com

  • The J. D. McCarty Center is a pediatric rehab hospital specializing in children with developmental disabilities from birth to age 21. They provide inpatient and outpatient services in the physical, occupational, speech and language therapy that these kids need to…

  • Provides a searchable directory of services and programs such as housing help, child care and other support services. www.join.ok.gov

  • Kings and Queens is St. Marks United Methodist Church's intentional ministry for children under the age of 18 diagnosed with a physical or cognitive/intellectual disability. http://www.stmarksbethany.com/#!kings--queens/c24hj

  • Provides early childhood education, health and immunization services, parenting support and youth activities and scholarships for the Latino community. www.lcdaok.com

  • Provides early invention programs, family support, training for school administration and educators and general resources for parents and families of children who are deaf and hard of hearing. www.clerccenter.gallaudet.edu

  • Provides education, advocacy, research and services for individuals with learning disabilities and their families. www.ldao.org

  • Provides an extensive selection of products and supplies to meet your at-home medical and home rehabilitation program prescribed needs including wheel chairs, bathroom safety supplies and a full line of daily living aids. www.lindseymedicalsupply.com

  • Provides outdoor recreational opportunities for individuals with special needs. Campers can enjoy fishing, boating, arts & crafts, swimming, archery, dances, talent shows and more. The program serves ages 6 & older with any physical or intellectual disability. www.centralchristiancamp.org/make-promises-happen

  • Provides non-emergency medical transportation. www.medride.com

  • Miracle League provides an opportunity for children and adults with special needs to play a safe and fun game of baseball. There are volunteers at the games to assist the players and encourage them.

  • Provides a full range of equipment and medical supplies. www.mobilityliving.org