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Charles R Watt   (#951)   (Charlie)

Basic Information

Location
Oklahoma City, OK
Email Address
 
Phone
405-951-3411
Mobile Phone
405-291-0489
Toll Free Phone
800-845-8476
Fax
405-951-3529
Company
Department of Rehabilitation Services
Title
ADA Coordinator
Address
3535 NW 58th Street

Suite 500

Oklahoma City, OK  
73112
USA
Metro Area
Austin, TX



Personal Information

Additional Information

Certifications
ACTCP ADA Coordinator; APA/ADA Specialist

Biography

I am the ADA Coordinator for the Oklahoma Dept. of Rehabilitation Services, a vocational rehabilitation agency whose purpose is to assist individuals with disabilities to prepare for, find, and maintain employment opportunities. I completed the ADA Coordinator Training Certification Program developed by the Great Plains ADA Center in 2013 and was selected to be the ADA Coordinator in 2015.

I have worked for DRS for 24 years. I worked for 12 years in a program which served individuals who are blind or visually impaired. One of my positions in with Visual Services was to develop and administer a small business management training program 

I later moved into a training position in the DRS Human Resource Development unit. During this time I became involved with the ADA National Network's Train-the-Trainer initiative. Through that initiative I became a member of the National Network of ADA Trainers and the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center's Leadership Network.

One of my many responsibilities as an ADA Coordinator is to conduct accessibility evaluations when necessary or requested to do so. I continually strive to be a resource for agencies, organizations, businesses, and individuals for providing information, training, and recommendations on how to ensure individuals with disabilities can become fully integrated into their communities.