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Sooner SUCCESS Tagline

Link to community Needs Assessment

Click Here for Community Needs Assessment, 2014

Practical Principles Using Applied Behavior Analysis

 

“The Mission of Sooner SUCCESS is to advance a comprehensive, unified system of health, social and educational services for children and youth with special needs …within their community”

Click for Back to school Toolkit

Information and Referral, community navigation, and other resource help is available. Call us at 1-877-441-0434, e-mail sooner-success@ouhsc.edu or search our directory - On line Searchable Directory\

The directory has thousands of agencies, organizations and programs throughout the state, and can help people find the services they need in their area. In addition the directory has listings of national organizations and agencies as well as local support groups and parent-to-parent support.

Many files and documents available on this website are in PDF format. You will need to have Adobe Reader to download these documents. - Download free Adobe Reader here

“Sooner Success has been instrumental in helping many Oklahoma families and children reach their full potential, there are many wonderful public, private and non-profit resources already available in the community, but in many cases, people don’t know how to find them. Sooner Success helps bridge the gap and lead families to healthier, more productive lives.” - Governor Mary Fallin

 

 

Tornado Resources To help children’s recovery

OSMA Sooner Success Article March 3013 - Click here to read

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Events & Information Resources

 

FAMILY PERSPECTIVE CONFERENCE

FAMILY PERSPECTIVE CONFERENCE

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Carl Albert College, 1507 S. Mc Kenna, Poteau, OK 74953. (918) 647-1426

Register online:   CLICK HEAR  FREE

 

 

HB 1661 School Safety and Bulliying Prevention Act

The purpose of the School Safety and Bullying Prevention Act is to provide a comprehensive approach for the public schools of this state to create an environment free of unnecessary disruption which is conducive to the learning process by implementing policies for the prevention of harassment, intimidation, and bullying.

 

CSC

Bullying Information

Video and information on HB 1661

Bullying online resource list

Eight skills kids can use

Cyberbulling – What parent can do to protect their children

IEPs & Bullying

Steps To Take If Your Child Is Being Bullied At School

USDE fact sheet

What if your child is the Bully?

TEFRA Medicaid program for children with severe disabilities... more information

Connecting the Disability Community to Information & Opportunties

--Oral Health Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs---- Click PDF File here A guide for Family Members, Caregivers, and Dental Providers-


Medicaid Fact Sheet click here


Kids Connections is a new activity group in Tulsa for kids grades K-5 with Asperger’s syndrome and high-functioning autism. The group meets the second Thursday of the month from 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at TARC, 2516 E. 71st St. For more information or to register, call 918-582-8272.

Sensory Friendly Films are provided at AMC Theaters in Oklahoma City (Quail Springs and Crossroads) for children with autism or other disabilities, their family members and anyone who would like to attend. All showings are at 10 a.m. and tickets are $4 or $5. Visit http://www.amctheatres.com/sff/ for more information.

New Community Resource Guide The Center for Learning and Leadership(CLL) has developed a Guide To Community Services In Oklahoma. Click on this link and take a look. It can be downloaded and printied for your use.

Information about Free Smoke Alarms Word Doc