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Care For Children with Disabilities

The Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsiblity Act (TEFRA) of 1992 allows children with physical or mental disabilities, who would not ordinarily be eligible for State Supplemental Income benefits because of their parent's income or resources, to become eligible for SoonerCare (Medicaid).

Home & Community Based Services Waivers

Instead of institutional care, there are government funds available to help with the costs of caring for a person with mental retardation or other related conditions at home.

Mental Health Parity Passes

FAQ's about the Paul Wellstone Mental Health and Addiction Equality Act of 2008.

Powers of Attorney

Information about Powers of Attorney, different types, when to use them, and common questions and answers.

Questions and Answers on Adult Guardianship Issues

This fact sheet answers common questions about guardianship.

Taking Care of An Aging Parent

The 'sandwich' generation cares for young children as well as aging parents. Learn how to cope with the stress this brings.

Timeline of What is Changing & When with the Health Care Law

A timeline describing the new law and how is will take effect over time.

Taking Care of An Aging Parent

The 'sandwich' generation cares for young children as well as aging parents. Learn how to cope with the stress this brings.

Oklahoma Statutes, Mental Health Law

This is a link to the Oklahoma Statutes as published online. Oklahoma's Mental Health Law is found in Title 43A of the Oklahoma Statutes.

Title 43A Mental Health Law

A booklet containing Oklahoma statutes on mental health, Nov 1, 2008 thru Oct 31, 2009.

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