The State of Oklahoma's website has links to many government agencies that figure prominently in Elder Law issues. Two of the most useful include the Oklahoma State Department of Health (with links to information on Long Term Care Inspection Surveys and the Oklahoma Nurse Aide Registry, for example) and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, which has a page on programs and services for older Oklahomans with many helpful links.
The Oklahoma Bar Association published a comprehensive guide for senior citizens. The Senior Citizens Handbook is a 64-page guide to help senior citizens with issues that they may face and is available for free online.
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma provides assistance for low-income individuals and senior citizens with civil legal problems.
The Oklahoma Bar Association has several CLE materials specific to Oklahoma Elder Law issues. These are located in the Oklahoma Wing. Some representative titles include:
The Essentials of Elder Law, OBA/CLE Department, KFO 1291.A3 E424 2010
Elder Law Essentials, OBA/CLE Department, KFO 1291.A3 E424 2008
Elder Law, OBA/CLE Department, KFO 1291.A3 E53 1998