The first step in providing services is to assess an individual’s skills, abilities and interests. Show provides a vocational assessment to all individuals within the first thirty days of service. The assessment is used as the starting point in developing an individual’s plan.
Training begins with the development of a vocational training program by the individual and the individual’s interdisciplinary team. The goals and objectives set by the team are the framework in which training is accomplished. During the training period, the individual is paid for work completed in accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Standards.
To provide vocational training to meet other individual’s needs, Show operates crews which provide janitorial and landscaping services to customers in the community.
Show also has a recycling center which accepts donations of paper, glass and plastic and operates a buy-back center for aluminum.
Show contracts with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services Developmental Disabilities Services Division to provide employment programs. Employment Training Staff work with individuals to determine the best job match, then job develop and provide on-site job training to persons in the program. Show also provides group employment options for individuals in need of longer term staff supervision and support.
Information and Referral
Show maintains information regarding programs and services for persons with disabilities in the Tulsa metro area.
Community Integrated Employment
Show offers a Community Integrated Employment program to provide employment to individuals with developmental disabilities while on the waiting list for “waiver” services.
Show provides intermittent staff support and training to individuals in their own homes. This program allows people to maintain independent living with minimal weekly support for medical appointments, meal prep, shopping, and social events.
Adult Day Service
Show has an Adult Day Service that operates from 8am to 4:30pm. We provide lunch and snacks, have games, art and crafts, socialize with others, garden etc. Contact our office to schedule a tour.
Eligibility for Services
Anyone may request an application for services. Show serves adults eighteen and older who are developmentally disabled. A recent psychological (IQ) test and physical are required prior to an admission screening. Show serves people in Sapulpa and the surrounding area. Show does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, disability or national origin.
425 W. Wells Blvd. Sapulpa, OK 74066
Phone: (918) 224-7214 Fax: (918) 224-2480