Six Steps to a Successful Written Campaign

Six Steps To A Successful Written Campaign One of the most effective (and easiest) ways to raise money for the awareness walk is to launch a letter writing/e-mail campaign. Simply draft a “dear friends and family” letter explaining why you, your company, and/or family...

*NEW* Language Enrichment Class

DSACO is offering this new early development class which will address oral motor skills, speech and vocabulary. Emily Kongs, fellow DSACO mother who also has her master and Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology will be teaching this course on...

Annual Report

On June 30th DSACO met with membership at our annual meeting. We discussed our plans for the the upcoming fiscal year and talked about the organizations activities and finances. We also voted in two new board members, Catie Ross and Laura Tontz, as well as talked...

Volunteers Needed!

Trying to find a fun way to spend your summer? Come and volunteer with DSACO! The summer is our busiest time and we need lots of help! Just click the program or event below that you are interested in and sign up for whichever volunteer slot best fits your schedule!...

Meet Our Tutors

(Head Tutor) Karin Wallis Karin Wallis is a Certified Special Education teacher, Elementary Education teacher, Physical Education teacher and was the IEP Designee for K-5th grade elementary school in the 90s. She has taught in a classroom setting as well as offered...

Oklahoma STABLE Program

Launch of Oklahoma STABLE Program Scheduled for Thursday State Treasurer Ken Miller, along with advocates for individuals with disabilities, will launch the Oklahoma STABLE Program at a news conference this Thursday, May 31, at 2:00 p.m. in the Blue Room of the State...