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Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs. Our Vision is to be the source of choice for support, information, education, and leadership development for Georgians with disabilities or special health care needs, ages birth to 26, and their families. Our Mission is to support Georgia families and individuals from birth to 26 impacted by disabilities or special health care needs.
Are you a parent or family member of a child with a disability or special healthcare need? Are you looking for part-time work in a casual working environment, where you can help families to access support and resources while expanding your own knowledge? If you live in the Fulton/Dekalb area, this might be a great […]
The CDC has released a series of resources specifically aimed at individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The new offerings include a toolkit with social stories, videos, posters and interactive activities. The materials address five topics — getting a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, social distancing, hand washing and getting a COVID-19 test. https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/humandevelopment/COVID-19-Materials-for-People-with-IDD.html?fbclid=IwAR05idjexbKZuDbqyaA11JoL-8Hx_nHCdIlNDqApENZiWtggy6T87Uzp3TU
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, in partnership with Georgia’s Parent Mentor Partnership and Parent to Parent of Georgia will be hosting their first installment of their Parent Forum on October 19 from 6-7pm. Jeff Allen, Asst Director of Transition Services at GVRA will be sharing information on: – How to access VR Services – What types […]
Parent to Parent of Georgia would like to express our deepest condolences to those who lost their loved ones in the Atlanta shooting rampage. We are outraged and saddened by these attacks and condemn the dangerous wave of hate and violence against our Asian brothers and sisters. The civil and human rights of children and adults with disabilities are an essential part of who we are at Parent to Parent of Georgia. Therefore, we will not stay silent about racism and violence against anyone. We stand together and support those who peacefully speak out against injustice and inequality in all its forms. As these voices are lifted, we hope to see positive change for all of our citizens.