Easter Seals Oklahoma

Paula K. Porter
President & CEO
701 NE 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405/239-2525
Fax: 405/239-2278

WovenLife is a 19,000 square foot facility with an additional 14,000 sf of beautiful outdoor space located on the Oklahoma Health Center campus with the mission "to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities so they may live with equality, dignity and independence". 

Programs include an Early Learning and Inclusion Academy, Adult Day Services, and Medical Rehabilitation Services.

Early Learning and Inclusion Academy

Hours: M-F 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Ages: 2 to 5 years

WovenLife Early Learning and Inclusion Academy welcomes children of all abilities. We use a theme based curriculum to give teachers the flexibility to follow student interests and extend or shorten the time.:

  • Unique inclusive environment welcoming children of all abilities.
  • 3-star Center, the highest rating of DHS
  • Member of the Oklahoma Child Care Association
  • Recognized through National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA) as being a dedicated center that makes children our first priority.
  • Developmentally appropriate learning activities and services to meet the unique needs of each child through stimulating and individualized activities.
  • On-site Medical Rehabilitation services, such as Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
  • Our Preschool and Pre-K programs offer:
  • Structured daily program
  • Certified teachers
  • Sign language
  • Munchkin Music
  • Spanish
  • Dance classes
  • Sensory activities
  • Intergenerational activities
  • Inclusive kindergarten offering full day age and developmental level appropriate education for each child.


Adult Day Health Center

Hours: M-F 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Ages: 18 years to 100+ years

Do you worry when you leave your loved one home alone? Do you think a nursing home is your only choice? With Easter Seals you are not alone caring for a loved one with frail health or disability. WovenLife Adult Day Health Center (ADHC) partners with you to provide your loved one with:    1) physical, social and emotional needs in a safe homelike setting and 2) provide caregivers much needed respite from the demands of caregiving. The many benefits include:

  • Daily interaction with new friends.
  • Activities tailored for individual ability and interest, such as gardening, arts & crafts, and Cooking 101.  
  • Wholesome, nutritionally balanced hot meals & snacks.
  • Dignified assistance and support with bathing and nail care 
    and other activities of daily living.
  • Professionally trained and credentialed staff, including Activity Director, Licensed Nurse, Medication Aids, and CNA's.
  • Skilled nursing services including nursing supervision, care management and incontinence care.

Whether enjoying our lovely outdoor garden and pond, relaxing in the theater room, enjoying soothing spa services or participating in music therapy, you can feel confident your loved one is in excellent hands. Our program uses individual plans of care to provide a variety of health, social recreational and therapeutic activities, supervision, support services and personal care.

Medical Rehabilitation Services

Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Our Medical Rehabilitation program offers children with disabilities under the age of 18 the opportunity to live up to their physical potential, achieve independence, and participate in their communities.

The speech/language program utilizes as licensed speech language pathologist who conducts screenings, evaluations and provides therapy. We offer free screenings for child development centers, child care facilities and children from our community.

The occupational therapy program utilizes licensed occupational therapists to conduct screenings, evaluations and provides therapy to children enrolled in the Early Learning and Inclustion Academy as well as children from the community.

Direct Services provide necessary services and equipment for children with disabilities. WovenLife can assist families who are economically eligible receive medical evaluations, ear and eye surgeries, etc. for children.  We also work with families to provide equipment and supplies such as eye glasses, hearing aids, wheelchairs and walkers for children.


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