Community Garden

Think Ability Inc has a Community Garden in Duncan! The goal of Think Ability, Inc. Community Garden is two-fold; first to provide an opportunity to the people we serve that will encourage the development of their own interests, education and skills in gardening and nutrition. Equally important is to promote the different types of gardening methods, plant varieties, composting techniques and more to our neighbors and friends in the community who share our interest in gardening.

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Think Ability Inc.

Our Mission Statement: • We, at Think Ability Inc., are dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults with intellectual disabilities through increased access to integrated life choices including residential, employment and recreation. • We are obligated to promoting choices and protecting rights. • We believe all life holds value and each individual is entitled to the respect and dignity we as board member, community service providers and citizens take for granted. • We are committed to assisting adults with developmental disabilities to achieve their highest level of independence and self worth by providing the appropriate supports.

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Power Print

Power Print, a division of Think Ability, Inc., is creating jobs for people with disabilities by providing you with promotional products, custom designed T-Shirts, and creating private label t-shirts to meet your advertising and promotional needs. Your purchase supports Think Ability, Inc.’s mission of providing work and job opportunities for people with disabilities. To shop, click below or email for a custom order! Think Ability, Inc. Power Print Shop is your one stop!

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Adult Day Center

Think Ability Inc.'s Adult Day Center is now open and accepting new service recipients. The Adult Day Center provides recreation and life-skill training for service recipients. For more information Call: 580-786-4880

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DHS Announces Budget Cuts From Revenue Failure

The Oklahoma Department of Human Services outlined budget cuts in response to the second revenue failure which amounts to nearly $25 million state dollars that must be reduced before June 30, 2016.

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