The Arc of Georgia
The Arc of Georgia advocates for the rights and full community participation of all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Their goals are to improve systems of support and services, connect families, inspire communities, and influence public policy to benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
People First of Georgia
People First of Georgia is an organization made up of self advocates seeking to create changes that will improve the lives of people with disabilities. This agency is unique in that people with developmental disabilities have an active role in membership and leadership in this organization.
All About Developmental Disabilities, Inc. (AADD)
AADD’s mission is to build communities of support and opportunity for children, adults, and families living with developmental disabilities. Their programs and activities are directed toward assisting all individuals to make informed choices, participate in leisure activities, live in safe environments, utilize resources, and achieve health and wellness throughout their lives.
Parent to Parent of Georgia
Parent to Parent of Georgia provides support and information to parents of children with disabilities. Parent to Parent of Georgia also serves as the state’s Parent training and Information Center with the goal of significantly improving the ability of Georgia families to access education, advocacy and community supports and essential resources that meet their children’s needs.
Georgia Sibling Connection
Georgia Sibling Connection promotes a broad network of siblings who share the experience of disability and people concerned with sibling issues by connecting them to social, emotional, governmental, and provisional supports across the lifespan enabling them to be effective advocates with their brother and sister, and to serve as change agents for themselves and their families