Oklahoma Association of the Deaf is a  non-profit 501c3 organization.


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The Oklahoma Association of the Deaf is a State Association Affiliate of the National Association of the Deaf  The next conference will be in Chicago, Illinois in 2020.

NLTC National Leadership Training Conference will be in 2019 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Watch for updates! 


Award Nominations are below---click to see what the award options are and nominate an individual, organization, agency or business for the awards that are listed. We need YOUR HELP! Thank you! 





Award category definitions

NAD Golden Hand Award: OAD/NAD recognizes outstanding individual or groups who have demonstrated exemplary volunteer service efforts to better the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people in your state attributing significantly to the quality of life of the deaf and hard of hearing people in the state.

Volunteer Service Award: OAD recognizes an outstanding individual who has given freely of her/his time beyond normal working hours in a non-paid capacity towards activities benefiting the deaf community in Oklahoma.

Corporate Service Award: OAD recognizes an individual or as an organization in Oklahoma which has rendered exceptional services or products without reimbursement to better the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people.

Educational Award: OAD recognizes an organization in Oklahoma who has rendered meritous and exceptional service to the deaf children of
Oklahoma in the field of the education of the deaf.

Employment Award: OAD recognizes a corporation in Oklahoma which has rendered exceptional services in training and/or hiring of deaf people of a communication accessible workplace.

Circle of Star Award: OAD recognizes an individual whose exemplary service is unnoticed and not adequately appreciated on a whole by the community.

Community Access Award: OAD recognizes a community organization in Oklahoma which has rendered an accommodation access for the deaf and hard of hearing individuals. 

W.T. (Ted) Griffing Distinguished Service Award:
To an individual whose efforts on behalf of the deaf people of Oklahoma are considered to be above and beyond the call of duty and resulting in contributing significantly to the quality of life of the deaf people in the state.


                           

                                



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Mission statement

The mission of the Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) is to promote, protect and preserve the civil rights and quality of life of deaf and hard of hearing individuals in Oklahoma.


Vision Statement

The vision of the Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) is that even deaf and hard of hearing individual can and will obtain maximum potential through increased independence, productivity and integration without barriers.

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