INCOR: Sheltered Work Activity Program
INCOR enables the disabled by providing Residential, Group Home, and Employment Services. They are an active member of the Oklahoma community and frequently run fundraising events in the Muskogee area. INCOR serves Muskogee, McIntosh, Adair, Sequoyah, Wagoner, Okmulgee, and Cherokee Counties.
INCOR’s vocational program provides several services:
Job Coaching and Community Integrated Employment Services provides individuals with a paid job opportunity in the community. They are assisted by onsite staff and placed in roles that are tailored to their unique abilities, needs, and interests. As individuals progress and gain confidence on the job, the need for a Job Coach fades.
Community Services aides individuals that need assistance integrating into the community. This service provides trained staff to help individuals cope with being in crowds, around loud noises, and other external stimuli. Individuals may also participate in volunteer work to prep them for paid employment.
Center Base and Sheltered Workshop Services offer a paid role in assembly work. This program teaches attendance, work ethic, and other skills that aid individuals in being able to gain employment outside of INCOR.
INCOR’s residential program allows individuals to either remain in their own home or join a group home. Their group homes have 24-hour supervision, where residents will learn essential life skills such as medicine taking, cleaning, and cooking.
Next 2 New
INCOR’s consignment shop, Next2New, provides additional funding to the program. It is also one of the employment options available through the vocational program.
Sundance Office is a proud supporter of INCOR: Sheltered Work Activity Program!
Broken Arrow Special Olympics
The Broken Arrow Special Olympics is one of the largest school-driven Special Olympics programs in Oklahoma! They pride themselves on being the only Broken Arrow booster club that is completely free for its athletes. They strive to ensure their athletes and families have every opportunity to be included in sports, providing a safe and encouraging environment.
Chili Cook Off Fundraiser…
Get your tickets to the annual chili cook-off! This family fun event raises funds for the Broken Arrow Special Olympics. At 6pm on November 11th, head on over to the Broken Arrow High School cafeteria to sample the food and check out the auction.
… & Auction!
At the same time as the cook-off, check out the Special Olympics auction! A preview can be found online, but more items will be available at the event! Until November 6th, you can donate gift baskets of your own to the auction.
It’s getting cold out! It’s a great time to visit Next2New for warmer clothes, then stop by Broken Arrow High School for some chili. Get some goodies for yourself and join Sundance in supporting two great causes!