List of State Resources - Oklahoma

Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Autism NetworkThe Oklahoma Autism Network is a center of excellence committed to improving the quality of life for people with autism and their families. They facilitate and implement the Oklahoma Autism State Plan through research, education, and service, respecting individual preferences, and promoting community inclusion.
Autism OklahomaAutism Oklahoma is a non-profit organization that believes that each person with autism is unique and important. The organization helps people with autism reach their full potential, helps families thrive, and helps communities understand and accept differences.
Behavioral InnovationsBehavioral Innovations was founded more than two decades ago with the purpose of providing clinically researched, family-centered, collaborative ABA therapy to children 10 years of age and younger.
Tulsa KidsTulsa kids has a variety of inclusive services and resources such as Acceptance of Nominations, Inclusive Activities for Children in Tulsa, Summer Camps for Children with Special Needs, Special Education During the Pandemic, Understanding a Child with Autism.
Department of Rehabilitation ServicesThe Autism Society of America has been improving the lives of all those affected by autism for over 50 years and envisions a world where individuals and families living with autism can maximize their quality of life, are treated to the highest standard of dignity and live in a society where your talents and abilities are appreciated and valued. They provide advocacy, education, information and referrals, support and community at the national, state and local levels through our strong national network of affiliates.
CLASSAt CLASS, they believe that scientific and evidence-based care must also be compassionate and child-centered. To maximize the potential of each and every child they serve, they never take a "one size fits all" approach. They start with an in-depth assessment to get to know your child better, then integrate families and educators into a comprehensive plan to target specific skills and goals. An important part of ABA is data, and they are committed to including parents in making treatment decisions to support their child with autism.
Department of Human ServicesIts mission is to help people with developmental disabilities and their families help themselves to lead safer, healthier, more independent and productive lives. Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) serves people 3 years of age and older who have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disability. People served may also have other developmental disabilities in addition to intellectual disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, etc.
ACES OklahomaACES in collaboration with CLASS provide quality care for people with autism who struggle with behavior issues, social/adaptive living skills, and language. They also offer parent training on ABA therapy as well as school consultations and teacher training.
Autism Foundation of OklahomaThe Autism Foundation of Oklahoma is a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the lives of Oklahomans with autism and their families throughout life. AFO specializes in providing education, resources, and program support for early childhood development, workforce development, public safety, and criminal justice reform initiatives.
Blue SprigThey are leading ABA therapy providers nationwide. The team includes highly-skilled board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians dedicated to offering personalized care. Services include home and center services, family counseling assistance, and ABA therapy. Accept most major insurance policies
We Rock the SpectrumRobert and Danielle, parents of a child with ASD, know that there is a deep need for a place where children of ALL abilities can play, learn and grow together in an inclusive environment. The gym includes Suspended equipment with swings, Protective mats and pillows, Zip line: to release stress and relax the joints and body, Trampoline, Indoor play structure, Sensory toys, Fine motor area and arts and crafts

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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