OSU Accessibility Programs Staff attend HOPE Training in OKC

Adam sits at a table in a conference room with papers in front of him and talks into a Phonak Roger System microphone. Amy and Josh are in the background of the photo on either side and slightly behind Adam.
The Oklahoma State University Accessibility Programs (Oklahoma ABLE Tech, OSU Student Accessibility Services, Special Education Resolution Center, and Oklahoma Rehabilitation Council) staff gathered in Oklahoma City for The Science and Power of HOPE: Leading with Hope training last Thursday. The training was presented by Brenda Knutson from the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS).
 
During the training, we learned that HOPE is an important component of our organizational well-being and can lead to significant improvements in happiness and retention. Using the Science of HOPE as a vision, tool, and call to action, we can ensure that Oklahoma ABLE Tech prioritizes the well-being of the Oklahomans we serve.
20 members from the Oklahoma State University Accessibility Programs staff and the Oklahoma Rehabilitation Council sit at tables in a conference room.