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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.
The 2020 Parent Satisfaction Survey, available in English and Spanish, is open now to all families of students with disabilities in the state. Share feedback about your engagement with your child’s school with the Georgia Department of Education (GA DOE) by completing the survey before May 31, 2020.
The Research and Evaluation Unit (REU) at Institute on Human Development and Disability (IHDD) at University of Georgia (UGA) is conducting a Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment (CSNA) on behalf of the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) and the State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) and we are seeking input from all stakeholders regarding competitive, integrated employment for Georgian’s with disabilities. Individual surveys […]
Georgia’s Tiered System of Supports for Students is expected to become one of the primary guiding frameworks to improve student academic and behavioral outcomes in Georgia. Find out more about MTSS in Georgia and what it means for your child.
Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp has said that his administration would request a federal waiver to seek new flexibility to use Medicaid dollars, during his first State of the State address. Section 1115 waivers have been used in the Medicaid program to provide states an avenue to test and implement coverage approaches that do not meet […]