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Par Project Poster Transcript

Posted On April 20, 2018
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Background Information

The partner for this project was Adult Disability Medical Home (also known as ADMH).

ADMH is a comprehensive medical care home which provides teens and adults with developmental disabilities a team based approach to primary medical care. During primary care visits, patients receive care from physicians, psychologists, social workers, and dietitians all under… more »

Determining Components of a Successful Medical Home for Teens and Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Participatory Action Research Approach

Posted On April 19, 2018
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Title Determining Components of a Successful Medical Home for Teens and Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Participatory Action Research Approach

Authors Ben Allen, Alyssa Lee, Brandi Moore, Elizabeth Snarey, Janice Nodvin, and Andrea Videlefsky

Goal The goal of the project was to form a collaborative partnership with a community-based organization that currently serves persons with… more »

Staff Spotlight – Spenser Norris

Posted On April 11, 2018
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Meet Spenser Norris, a Community Services Specialist at CLD!

Spenser started working with CLD as a graduate research assistant and Academic Transition Teacher with IDEAL at GSU in January of 2017. She was officially hired on as a staff member at CLD on June 5th, 2017. Spenser supports Inclusive Post-Secondary Education initiatives on a statewide… more »

CAC Spotlight – Nandi Isaac

Posted On March 29, 2018
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Meet Nandi Isaac, one of CLD’s Community Advisory Council (CAC) members!

Nandi has been a member of the CAC since 2014. She likes being a part of the CAC as her goals mirror the mission of the CAC: for individuals to be employed, independent, and advocating for themselves and others. Looking back on her own… more »

Staff Spotlight – Molly Chung

Posted On March 20, 2018
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Meet Molly Chung, the Administrative Assistant at CLD!

Molly joined the Center for Leadership in Disability in November of 2017, taking over the administrative duties of the office. “[I] enjoy being involved in meaningful, solution-based work”, Molly says, and loves being able to assist in furthering the CLD’s mission. Molly was raised in Dallas, Georgia,… more »

Georgia State University Partners with Lady Gaga

Foundation Mission to Train in Mental Health First Aid Comes to Atlanta

Atlanta, GA: A Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training on November 28, 2017 with 30 DeKalb County Schools staff coincided with a visit to Atlanta by Lady Gaga as part of her Joanne World Tour. This course reached maximum capacity and all… more »