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Robin Arter

Executive Director

Ability First

HQ Phone:  (801) 373-5044

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Ability First

491 N Freedom Blvd

Provo, Utah,84601

United States

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Ability 1st Utah is a private, non-profit, non-residential facility that provides services to individuals with disabilities of any age and any type of disability to promote independence in their chosen community environment. Ability 1st Utah has been serving i... more.

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okwaitinglist.org

Robin Arter, Director of Duncan Group Homes


city-sentinel.com [cached]

Additional speakers included Kenneth Nutt, a self-advocate from Duncan; JoAnne Goin, director of Developmental Disabilities Services for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS); Judy Goodwin, executive director of Oklahoma Community-Based Providers; Wayne Eubanks, a self-advocate from Ardmore; Jim Nicholson, chair of the Governor's Blue Ribbon Panel on Developmental Disabilities; Wanda Felty, a parent of a daughter with DD and coordinator of the DDS Waiting List Meeting; Tomas Davis, a self-advocate with Oklahoma People First; Brian Smith, a self-advocate with the Oklahoma Self-Advocacy Network and Robin Arter, a sibling, parent and executive director of Ability First in Duncan.


duncanbanner.com

Robin Arter, Duncan Group Homes executive director, said the work will be worth the effort, and Schoening said the City has worked with Arter's group to outline what needs to be done before an adult daycare can open.
Robin Arter, Duncan Group Homes executive director, said the work will be worth the effort, and Schoening said the City has worked with Arter's group to outline what needs to be done before an adult daycare can open. Arter discussed a possible opening date for the adult daycare center. She said Duncan Group Homes hope to have the center open in 2012. "Hopefully, sometime in January or (by) February first," Arter said.


chickashanews.com

OKLAHOMA CITY- Robin Arter struggled to find the words Friday to tell the mother of a 3-year-old with autism they wouldn't be eligible to receive state assistance through a waiver for five to eight years because the backlog of the Department of Human Services' waiting list.
"It is just disheartening," said Arter, who is the executive director of Duncan Group Homes, a not-for-profit agency that provides assistance for those residents with development disabilities.


chickashanews.com

CHICKASHA - OKLAHOMA CITY- Robin Arter struggled to find the words Friday to tell the mother of a 3-year-old with autism they wouldn't be eligible to receive state assistance through a waiver for five to eight years because the backlog of the Department of Human Services' waiting list.
"It is just disheartening," said Arter, who is the executive director of Duncan Group Homes, a not-for-profit agency that provides assistance for those residents with development disabilities. OKLAHOMA CITY- Robin Arter struggled to find the words Friday to tell the mother of a 3-year-old with autism they wouldn't be eligible to receive state assistance through a waiver for five to eight years because the backlog of the Department of Human Services' waiting list. "It is just disheartening," said Arter, who is the executive director of Duncan Group Homes, a not-for-profit agency that provides assistance for those residents with development disabilities.


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