Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act with emphasis on Titles I (Employment), II (State and Local Governments and III (Public Accommodation).
Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines with emphasis on the minimum requirements for public accessibility including renovation and new construction.
This class covers housing, social security, Medicaid, support groups, and other major resources for people with disabilities in Oklahoma.
Training will provide insight into the three most common attitudinal barriers; education in “people first language”, comparison of non-effective and effective assistance and information pertaining to common disabilities.
A step by step guide through the accommodation processes and a review of the employer’s responsibilities.
When to disclose or not to disclose a disability in the hiring process is always a difficult decision for a person with a disability. This session will explore the pros and cons and what the ADA allows.
Assisting youth to know how to look for a job, apply for a job, interview for a job, and retain. This training covers also the civil rights pertaining to employment if the youth has a physical, emotional or mental disability.
Resources and knowledge of laws that will help young people learn to help themselves.
Differences in what assistance is available after high school And methods to obtain that assistance.
The course would cover what to do to prepare for and assist employees with disabilities in the case of an emergency (such as tornado, fire, and flood).
Oklahoma law provides a process for persons with severe disabilities, who are legal residents of Oklahoma, to gain access to state employment.
This training will assist counselors and job developers or groups of people with disabilities to understand the process and utilize this valuable tool in obtaining state jobs.
This training is for law enforcement officials and disability awareness.
Client Assistance Program (CAP)
Training classes are modular so that pieces can be taken and focused on the expressed needs of the target audience.
These classes are covered in the HRDS class, Disability Awareness, for state employees.
This is on what the Tribal Vocation Rehabilitation programs are, how they differ from DSU and where they are located and how to apply
This is developed for teachers, school boards and school districts on how 504, ADA and IDEA fit together. Also includes a session on Transition and the Student Accommodation Model.
This is to familiarize new advocates on how the process works in Oklahoma.
This is designed to familiarize the new client on how VR operates and what to expect from the system.
This is for VR counselors on how CAP can help them when working with clients.
This is presented to Advocates on how this is done in Oklahoma.
This is intended as a quick overview of the program.