Upcoming Events

27th Annual Advocacy Awards & Volunteer Recognition

Date: December 7, 2017

Time: 6 - 8 p.m.

Location: Marriott Hotel Southern Hills, 1902 East 71st Street, Tulsa

aa-27th-anniversary-4-rgbPlease join us for the 27th Annual Advocacy Awards and Volunteer Recognition event. This event honors those who have provided outstanding service and advocacy for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities. … Read more …

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TARC News

2017 TARC Advocacy Award Winners Announced (11/3/2017) - Winners of the 2017 TARC Advocacy Awards have been selected. These winners and others who have provided outstanding service to Oklahomans with developmental disabilities will be honored and recognized at the 27th Annual Advocacy Awards and Volunteer Recognition event on Thursday, Dec. 7 at the Marriott Southern Hills Hotel in Tulsa. The event will include keynote ... Read more...
2017 Advocacy Awards tickets now available (11/2/2017) - We invite you to join TARC in recognizing those who have provided outstanding service and advocacy for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities and for dinner on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017 at the Marriott Southern Hills Hotel, 1902 East 71st Street, in Tulsa beginning at 6 p.m. The TARC Advocacy Awards & Volunteer Recognition will include keynote speaker Joey Travolta ... Read more...
TARC selected for national special educational advocacy curriculum project (8/25/2017) - TARC is one of 10 chapters of The Arc of the U.S. selected to participate in a pilot project to create a training curriculum that will be used nationally to train parents and others how to effectively advocate for special education services. TARC was chosen for the project largely because of their more than 20 years of ... Read more...
Join The Fight for People with I/DD and Their Families! (7/26/2017) - “We are in the fight of our lives” is how Peter Burns, Executive Director of The Arc of the U.S. characterized the proposed federal government changes to Medicaid that would strip $800 billion from the program that largely funds all states’ home and community-based supports for people with developmental disabilities. As disastrous as those potential ... Read more...