The FLC is made up of family members of children, youth and/or adults with develop-mental disabilities and special health care needs, who serve in leadership roles across the state. The purpose of the FLC is to strengthen family leadership and advocacy in Oklahoma.
The OKSAN is a collaborative effort to strengthen the self-advocacy movement in Oklahoma and to increase the inclusion and independence of people with disabilities.
Primary Partner: Oklahoma People First
The 360° Center assists families whose children have developmental disabilities and are Medicaid-eligible. It primarily serves Spanish-speaking families, assisting them in navigating service systems. Additionally, staff provide training to pediatric residents to increase their knowledge about working with children with developmental disabilities and their families.
Primary Partner: OKDHS Developmental Disabilities Services Division