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Member Bio

Charles R Watt (Charlie)

Department of Rehabilitation Services  ADA Coordinator
Oklahoma City, OK
cwatt@okdrs.gov
405-951-3411

Contact Information

951
Oklahoma City, OK
cwatt@okdrs.gov
405-951-3411
405-291-0489
800-845-8476
405-951-3529
Department of Rehabilitation Services
ADA Coordinator
3535 NW 58th Street
Suite 500
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
USA
Austin, TX

Personal Information

Additional Information

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 for legally blind individuals.


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.