Programs

Dale Rogers Training Center provides multiple programs for persons with disabilities. From the summer camp program for teenagers and young adults, to high school transitional programs, to paid training opportunities and community employment, these nationally-accredited services are provided by highly-trained staff.

Programs are funded either through the Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) or the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS).

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In 2017, Dale Rogers Training Center’s programs received a 3-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

 

CARF International

CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services providers. CARF assists service providers in improving the quality of their services by applying sets of quality standards during an on-site survey.

When a service or program is CARF accredited, it means it has undergone an in-depth review of its services and demonstrated substantial conformance to the CARF standards during the on-site survey. The service or program has demonstrated its commitment to delivering quality services that focus on your needs and preferences.

Dale Rogers Training Center currently holds a Three-Year Accreditation from CARF International in the following:

  • Community Employment Services: Employment Supports –Employment Services/Mobile Workforce
  • Community Employment Services: Job Development –Employment Services
  • Organizational Employment Services – Vocational Services/Mobile Workforce/Special Needs Program
  • Transition Services – Transition School-to-Work

What does that mean for you?

  • Accreditation is evidence to persons served that an organization has demonstrated its commitment to encouraging feedback, continuously improving services, enhancing performance, and managing risk.
  • Persons served and their families can be confident that services will be focused on their unique needs.