TulsaKids’ Inclusive Resources Directory
This is a collection of resources to help families with children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Tulsa Area. Find more information at tulsakids.com/guides-directories/inclusive-resource-guide.
6022 S. Yale Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74135
When you or someone in your family is struggling with cognitive or behavioral issues, it doesn’t take long to feel frustrated and limited by the established medical approaches.
We know because we’ve been there. We’re parents who have gotten the diagnosis and realized it doesn’t come with an action plan. We’ve been given the medication and coping strategies and wondered if it can ever get better than this. We know what it’s like to be searching for better answers.
So with Brain Balance, we’re changing the game. We’ve made it our mission to help frustrated families by offering an alternative: addressing the underlying causes of the symptoms. Our holistic programming incorporates learnings from cognitive, behavioral, and nutrition fields—an integrated approach that is literally redefining what’s possible.
4825 S. Quaker Ave.
Now in our seventh year, the Penguin Project at Clark Youth Theatre offers not only theatre, but also fun and friends! Artists with disabilities and their volunteer peer mentors gather each year to present a fully staged musical like Aladdin, Jr., The Music Man, Jr., Seussical, Jr., The Little Mermaid, Jr., or The Lion King, Jr.! No previous experience required, just a willingness to show up and participate in the fun. Weekly rehearsals culminate in a full performance in the spring or early summer.
Artists and Mentors should be ages 10 and up, with some exceptions if space is available in the program, and parents are very welcome to attend – we love our parent volunteers! During the 2020-2021 season, our Penguin Project work will be both online and socially distanced, in person in the Park surrounding Clark Youth Theatre. Full participation is allowed either way – we will have filmed and live portions of our showcase production this year!
Don’t forget Clark Youth Theatre for all of your youth theatre programming needs! In addition to the Penguin Project, we offer a full range of free-to-participate theatre productions, Saturday Classes, Homeschool Classes on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 11 weeks of Summer, Fall and Spring Break Camp! For more information, call 918-596-1412 or visit www.clarkyouththeatre.com.
Your child’s reading success is our passion! Our expert team of occupational and speech therapists as well as teaching staff bring the perfect blend of evidence-based research supported medical and educational theory to address the “why” of reading struggles and the “how-to” reading mechanics. To ensure your child achieves their maximum learning potential we also provide services for printing and cursive handwriting, test strategies, organizational skills, time management, test prep and much more!
2 Convenient Locations:
Yale Office: 5020 E. 68th St.
Mingo Office: 9343 S. Mingo Rd.
Eastern Oklahoma Ear, Nose & Throat is the oldest and largest group of ENT physicians in the eastern side of Oklahoma, southern Kansas and southwestern Arkansas. Our physicians and have been caring for Tulsa Kids for almost 50 years!
ENTs Treat the Fundamental Functions of Life
Imagine a singer not being able to sing, or you not being able to hear beautiful music. Imagine not being able to smell the earth after a spring rain, or not being able to taste and enjoy your favorite holiday meal.
These are some of the fundamental functions in your child’s life that make living so rich and wonderful. Yet when one or more of these functions no longer work the way they should, living and learning may be diminished or normal development jeopardized.
Hearing, breathing, enlarged tonsils, sleep issues, allergies and sinus diseases are just some of the conditions that the physicians at Eastern Oklahoma Ear, Nose & Throat physicians treat in children. Professionally, ENT specialists are called “otolaryngologists” but it’s easier just to say “ENT.”*
Eastern Oklahoma Ear, Nose & Throat has the breadth of skills to handle your children’s ENT needs, and we look forward to meeting you should the need for an ENT arise among your family members.
*AAOA website source
- Stephen M. Brownlee, MD
- David W. Hall, MD
- Jeremy G. Foon, MD
- Anthony E. Loehr, MD
- Evan R. Moore, MD
- Landon Massoth, MD
- Christopher R. Siemens, MD
- Atul M. Vaidya, MD
- David W. White, MD
- Landon Massoth, MD
Ages Served: 9-15
Hope’s Crossing Camp is a FREE one-week day camp in Tulsa for kids with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, heart disease, cancer, and spina bifida. Each camper is matched one-to-one with a volunteer counselor. Activities include swimming, fishing, canoeing, archery, basketball, soccer, arts and crafts and a Zip Line! Counselors receive up to 40 volunteer hours. APPLY at www.hopescrossingcamp.org. JOIN US! 2022 Dates: Coming Soon!
Contact: Sharla Bardin
2002 E. Robinson St.
The J.D. McCarty Center for children with developmental disabilities serves children from birth to 21 years old. The center is a pediatric rehab hospital that provides medical care and physical, occupational, speech and language therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for children on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Light of Mine Therapy is a faith-based pediatric and adolescent therapy team offering effective treatment approaches to help our clients, families, and educators through occupational and speech therapy services. Family and school involvement in the treatment of our clients is crucial to ensure the success of children and adolescents across all environments. Our main focus is the unique needs of children and adolescents in order to help them grow academically, emotionally, socially, mentally, and spiritually.
Our team operates with sensitivity and compassionate understanding regarding the vulnerability of your child. We diligently aim to gain rapport with your child through creative relationship building and a strength based approach. We utilize a variety of treatment planning and interventions to focus on client-centered therapy.
Serving the Diocese of Tulsa
4908 S. Sheridan Rd.
At Soaring On Hope our passion is to help your child be the best they can be. We celebrate with you every step of the way as they work on goals and skills. We believe that every child can enjoy a life that brings them joy and happiness. We understand each child is different and unique. This is why we thoroughly evaluate and provide custom treatment plans for each and every child we see at SOH. If your child needs more than one type of therapy, your child is given a success team of therapists who work together on a very special treatment program and set goals just for them. We offer ABA Therapy, Speech, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Counseling. We invite you to experience the difference SOH can make in the lives of you and your child. Learn how we can help your child overcome behavioral, learning and social challenges. We can’t wait to celebrate as your child learns new skills, meets goals and conquers challenges!
Soaring on Hope, Where Hope Takes Flight!
2552 E. Kenosha St.
Broken Arrow, OK
At The Griffin Promise Autism Clinic we’re about helping individuals become the best they can be. Our mission is to provide HOPE to individuals with social developmental disorders and their caregivers through therapy, training, summer camps, and community outreach. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about Autism and helping our community learn ways to be inclusive. We are your Autism Specialty Resource located here in the Midwest using “Relationship First” principles to help your child. Our executive team has over 30 combined years of autism experience including our founder who is a parent of a child on the spectrum. Her journey has inspired hundreds of other families to find joy in their journey. Learn more at www.thegriffinpromise.com.
2820 E. 5th St.
The Mary K. Chapman Center for Communicative Disorders at The University of Tulsa provides professional audiology and speech-language pathology services to individuals of all ages. The center is a clinical learning facility of the speech-language pathology program. University students, under supervision of the program’s faculty, provide assessment and therapy services for a variety of speech, language and hearing disorders. The center is located in a well-equipped building accessible to persons with disabilities.
All audiology and speech-language pathology faculty are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and are licensed by the State of Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
The clinic provides a variety of services by appointment. Medical, educational and self-referrals are accepted. Services available include:
- Free speech-language and hearing screening tests for children
- Free hearing screenings for adults
- Speech-language assessment (evaluation)
- Hearing evaluation
- Speech-language therapy
- Audiologic rehabilitation (including cochlear implant)
- Augmentative communication
The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 918-631-2504 for appointments.
Broken Arrow Unit – 1400 W. Washington, Broken Arrow | 918.258.7545
Creek Co/Sapulpa Unit – 1721 S. Hickory, Sapulpa | 918.224.4415
Sand Springs Unit – 4403 S. 129th West Ave., Sand Springs | 918.245.2237
Mabee Red Shield Unit – 1231 N. Harvard, Tulsa | 918.834.2464
North Mabee Unit – 3001 N. MLK Jr. Blvd. Tulsa | 918.425.7534
In every community, too many boys and girls are left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. With an increasing number of children at home with no adult care or supervision, these young people need to know someone cares about them. In Tulsa, our Boys & Girls Clubs are where kids turn to find a safe, positive place to be when school is not in session.
Our five Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs in the Metropolitan Tulsa area offer young people a place to succeed academically, develop and grow good character and leadership skills, engage in healthy lifestyle activities, and find a spiritual foundation. At each Boys & Girls Club, kids and adults alike find the love and acceptance they need to have Great Futures!
To speak to the Boys & Girls Club Administrative Offices, please call 918.835.6902 or email MetroTulsaBGC@uss.salvationarmy.org.
308 N. Aspen Ave.
Broken Arrow, OK
SEE POTENTIAL GROW! Help Your Child Maximize Their True Potential Through Family-Focused ABA & Speech Therapy. Be sure to like our Facebook page to stay updated on FREE community events like our Annual Mom’s Mingle, Trick-or-Treat Party, and Pictures with Santa!