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What is the difference between Project Walk and other activity-based programs?

There are many things that separate Project Walk from other programs but the most important is that our clients regain function. We are not a “boot camp” for spinal cord injuries and our goal is not to train you like an Olympic athlete. Other programs that focus on how physically exhausted you are during your workout do not understand the goal of activity-based recovery is not fitness. The goal is to regain function below level of injury and as a result, clients increase their health.

What are the benefits of Project Walk?

Clients typically see the following benefits from Project Walk’s program:

  • Increased muscle mass
  • Increased central nervous system activity
  • Increased health and well-being
  • Increased sensation including hot and cold, pain, and touch
  • Increased function below level of injury
  • Increased occupational skills
  • Decreased drug dependence
  • Decreased pain

Will I walk again?

Nothing in life is guaranteed, but if you do nothing to promote recovery, you are almost guaranteed a life without it. Taking care of yourself and taking control of your future is what makes life worth living. At Project Walk we cannot promise that you will walk again. We do promise the best facility, a positive environment for healing, the best and most highly trained and skilled staff in the world in the field of activity-based recovery and a long-term, realistic plan that fits your needs as an individual.

How long will my recovery program take?

There is no set standard on how long it will take to regain function. Every person has their own goals and desired outcomes and works towards their needs. Each person and the damage they have sustained are different; therefore, you cannot compare yourself to others because each person regains function differently. Remember, that at Project Walk we DO NOT heal your injury. We retrain your body to do things it once did. Similar to an able-bodied person, if you stop your recovery program then you will regress. You do not have to attend Project Walk for the rest of your life but you will need to continue to exercise and maintain the progess you make.

Which program is right for me?

At Project Walk we make the strongest effort to create programs that are specific for the individual. If you need anything from a spinal injury to traumatic brain injury exercise program, we have something for you. These programs are constantly changing as the individual progresses through their recovery. Please take a moment to review each program we have to offer. From our Home Recovery options, all the way up to our Train Your Trainer, we are confident that with our help you will find the program that best suits your needs!

How long should my visit be?

All of our visiting client programs are a minimum of 1 week in length. However, we may recommend you stay much longer depending on your level of injury, budget, and schedule. For our out-of-state clients, an initial 2- 3 week visit is pretty normal and for our international clients, a 4-8 week stay is on average. The initial length of your stay will be determined by you and Project Walk location during the application process.

Do I need my own trainer?

If you are unable to attend Project Walk on a consistent basis then you will probably need someone to assists you in your recovery program. This person can be a friend or family member that does not have prior experience working in a rehabilitation or exercise setting. He/she would be able to assist you in your Home Recovery Program and would be more effective if having completed the Train Your Trainer Program.

What if I can’t come to Project Walk?

Project Walk highly recommends that you visit our location.

What are your scheduling policies?

Please find our scheduling policies here.

Voting Absentee in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballot application deadlines

  • In Person: Received 7 days before Election Day.
  • By Mail: Received 7 days before Election Day.
  • Online: Received 7 days before Election Day.

When must the election board receive your absentee ballot?

The election board must receive your ballot by 7pm on Election day.

Who can vote absentee?

Any registered Oklahoma voter may apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail.

How to get an absentee ballot in Oklahoma

Applications for absentee ballots must be made in writing or using the Oklahoma State Election Board's OK Voter Portal. Absentee ballot application forms are available from all county election boards and from the State Election Board. Or, download an absentee ballot request form. You are not required to use the form, however. You may write a letter to your county election board to apply for absentee ballots. The letter must contain the following information.

  • your name
  • your birth date
  • the address at which you are registered to vote
  • the election or elections for which you are requesting ballots
  • the address to which the ballots should be mailed
  • your signature
You may apply for absentee ballots for one election, for several elections or for all elections in which you are eligible to vote during the calendar year in which the application is submitted. You may mail your absentee ballot application to the County Election Board, you may fax it or you may deliver your own application personally to the County Election Board office. (You may not deliver an application for another person, however. It's the law.) You may scan your signed application and e-mail it to your County Election Board. You also may send a telegram to apply. The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is always 5 p.m. on Tuesday preceding the election.

Returning you ballot

  1. Carefully read and follow the instructions.
  2. Sign and date where indicated.
  3. For the November general election, Oklahoma voters will be able to cast mail-in absentee ballots without the notary requirement. Otherwise, unless you are physically incapacitated or caring for a person who is incapacitated, you must have your absentee ballot affidavit notarized. (Note: Oklahoma limits the number of absentee ballot affidavits a single notary can sign to no more than 20 without special authorization.)
  4. Mail your voted ballot back to the address indicated on the return envelope.
  5. Double-check the deadlines and be sure to cast your voted ballot on time to be sure it is counted.
An absentee voter must return his or her own absentee ballot to county election officials. In most cases, voters return their voted absentee ballots to the county election board by U.S. mail or by a private mail service that has delivery documentation. An absentee ballot must be received by the county election board by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted. In 2020, the USPS recommends mailing your voted absentee ballot at least one (1) week prior to the election date. First class postage is required for U.S. mail. Voters who requested a "standard" absentee ballot (Yellow Affidavit), which is the most common type of absentee ballot, may hand-deliver their own absentee ballot in-person to the county election board during regular business hours. Hand-delivered ballots must be returned no later than the end of business hours on the day before the election, and the voter must show the same identification required for in-person voting. Generally, it is unlawful to hand-deliver another person's absentee ballot. Those who requested "physically incapacitated" or "care for physically incapacitated persons" absentee ballots (Pink Affidavit) must return their ballots by U.S. mail or by a private mail service that has delivery documentation. There are different requirements for special "emergency incapacitated" absentee ballots and for nursing home voters who are visited by an absentee voting board. This information is found below. "Standard" Absentee Ballot Video Tutorial "Physically Incapacitated" Absentee Ballot Video Tutorial

Absentee ballot packets

Absentee ballot packets are mailed to you by your County Election Board. In addition to your absentee ballot, your packet will include instructions for voting, preparing, and returning your ballot. Your packet will also include a "secrecy envelope" for your marked ballot and a pre-printed, green envelope to return your absentee ballot back to the County Election Board. If you have questions regarding your packet, please contact your County Election Board directly for assistance. View a "Standard" Absentee Ballot Packet View a "Physically Incapacitated" Absentee Ballot Packet


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