Oklahoma Living Choice Project Provides more Options for People with Disabilities

By Cherrie Nutley, SWODA Ombudsman Supervisor The Oklahoma Living Choice Project promotes community living for people of all ages who have disabilities or long-term illnesses. The project gives Oklahomans more options for managing their health care needs and adding more balance to the state’s longterm care system. This project assists Oklahomans wanting to transition out of a nursing home and back to a residence of their own. Areas of assistance includes the following: assistance with finding a new residence, home-delivered meals, transportation, skilled nursing, therapy services, personal care, medication management and transitional funds. To qualify individuals must be at least…

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