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Oklahoma officials have provided an update on the state’s disability services waitlist, which has spanned 13 years.

Over 100 families are now receiving services, with 33 more approved and waiting for services.

Families on the waitlist have been divided into groups based on when they applied and how long it will take to receive the necessary services.

Governor Kevin Stitt and legislators attended a press conference to announce the program, which will help families struggling with disabilities.

However, the Department of Human Services is having difficulty identifying families in need who should be added to the waitlist.

Officials hope to connect as many families as possible with services quickly and are also increasing healthcare provider compensation by 25% to retain them in the program.

The state expects to finalize the program within the next two years.

As of now, over 3,200 families remain on the waitlist.

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