Keep Your Special One in Mind First
1. Read the book, “Your Child Is Smarter Than You Think,” by Wanda
2. Find a person to ask if they really know about resources. If they can
answer these questions that follow they might know a thing or two;
my opinion for sure!
>What does NCII stand for, what is it, and is it worth using?
>NCPD? Does the one for those with disabilities differ? Do those
that do what it doesn’t want them to come from boredom,
feeling a lack of respect, a waste of time and feeling of being
given useless information regardless of level, disability or other?
My father gave me this answer thirty years ago.
3. Figure out what ODEP http://www.dol.gov/odep/ is.
4. Find out what O*NET is http://www.onetonline.org/.
5. Here in Oklahoma the Head Transition Specialist it Kim Osmani with
OKDRS; email email@example.com and I believe her office contact info is
Transition: School-to-Work 5813 South Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73109-8521
405.635.2768 Voice 800.845.8476 Toll Free – See more at:
A few questions for her?
If OKDRS says Transition should start as soon as possible; Why do
services have to wait to start with to start until a person is 16?
Why has she as the head Transition specialist done little Benchmarking
against other surrounding states to see where Oklahoma falls? See what
innovations Oklahoma may be missing?
How come no workshops are done for middle school parents explaining
online job inventory interests such as jobfit
http://www.swwdb.org/JobFit/jobFit1.html? Taking the IEP and making it a live working document? No money? She could do a video workshop on line in virtual time or leave on DRS website. She did one already. Then
send out information to the school systems.
Does Osmani understand Designer Employment? You want to know more send me the question as a post. I am happy to help.
6. Here is a website that should help also, https://directconnectnh.org/careerlattice.html.
7. Here is another good place to turn, http://www.ncwd-
youth.info/ksa/demo. A PDF can be obtained here called, “PAVING THE WAY TO WORKA Guide to Career-Focused Mentoring for
8. A new source I have stumbled across called the Lead Center at, http://www.leadcenter.org/webinars/promoting-
9. I want to give so much. I will have to wait for another blog.
Henceforth, I am going with the new today. Be sure please to ask those charged with knowing this information if they
do first before you inform this, including Sooner Success.
Why? My point is best use of tax dollars. The info I am
giving you cost nothing as in increase in tax dollars. Thus, a priority in connecting parents, and teachers to these seems
obvious. In accounting they are known as SUNK COSTS! Check out, https://www.opressrc.org/.
10. Do you know what STEM is? Is it this;
http://www.k20cetc.org/stemplan.pdf? Or, a PDF of
“CAREER PATHWAYS TOOLKIT: Six Key Elements for
Success?” Go to http://www.acp-
for-success.html for a peak. Or, perhaps,
http://www.okcareertech.org/imd? Might it be,
Wanting more? OKAY, OKAY!!
For parents or those on the transition ladder newly disabled? Here is a story.
This should be helpful and useful.
WELL IF YOU LIKE THIS LET ME KNOW AND MORE WILL COME THIS WAY.
Thank you for your time and I appreciate your readership. Plus, I can learn from you.
Please tell parents where they can to to get find a information book from. By the way this is another thing your tax dollars are paying for that seem to miss all that need it. My non-profit I want to start till do just that. REFRAMING RESOURCES – DIS = ABILITIES
>>>>Go to this page: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/coping/youngpeople
The National Cancer Institue will tell you all about it at another page your taxes pay for at this place.
*******Go to thie page: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Sites-Types/childhood
Now wouldn’t you think they would be letting peole know about this page? I am not going to keep you guessing! If my child had cancer; I would be screaming my ears off why had they not told me about this.
??????Go to the page: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Sites-Types/childhood#q6
Now I iz gonna talz like a hic thaz a not sound’n very smartz! Yet, I have this information. All from Yukon, OK. Where it says it comes from USA.Gov Team all to me in an email. Don’t fret cause I plan to keep you im-formed all this time.
Can you please pass this on for me? I have many more to hit tonight.
In a July 24, 2013 Tricare announces it changes in autism Coverages on DIvids by video at this web address: http://www.dvidshub.net/video/297093/tricare-changes-autism-coverage#.Ui0gD2SG1vY.
- If you have Basic Coverage there is no change.
- If you have Enhanced Care Health Option or Echo Program
there are no changes to to your benefit.
- If you are a retiree or retired family member’s suvivor with autism;
autism coverage is being expanded in a Pilot Program and if you want
to know more about them call the Tricare Center in your region.
(Here in Oklahoma, I am sure Tinker or a military base would
have that information for you. Yet, TriCare also has a website. Try
^^^^^^^ Those with autism are often consindred Visual Thnkers. “Thinking in Pictures,” by Temple Grandin often comes to mind when this is said. The NIH funded a study in mice recently that shows the “way the brain develops a visual circuit in growth.” This could be important to autism and the understanding of the processes that go on in this type of classing of a number of spectrum characterisics.
By, Ollamok AKA Sandra Adcock D.Ph. M.S.M.