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Information and Support for Parents & Caregivers

This page shares resources for family members, caregivers, and others who support individuals with developmental disabilities. Please check back for upcoming events (including Rec Night information), Parent Advocacy agendas, meeting minutes, and training resources. Questions? Click here to email the Director of Day Services.


November Parent Advocacy Meeting Information

Date: November 15, 2018  10:00am and 5:30pm    Topic: Learn how to Budget, Spend & Save with Better Money Habits


October Rec Night

Thursday, October 25, 2018
Lake Mayer Pavilion
$4 per person

October Parent Advocacy Meeting Information

October 18, 2018 at 10:00am and 5:30pm. Topics: Community Employment & Stipend Checks



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2018 EmployAbility Services Handbook

Services, policies, and resources for those served by EmployAbility

August Parent Advocacy Meeting Information

Notes and handouts from the August meeting. Topic: Aging & Disability Resources


Consumer Protection Guide for Older Adults

Tips from the GA Department of Law to avoid scams, schemes, and identity fraud

State Funded Family Support

July Parent Advocacy Meeting Information



Meet Our New Day Habilitation Manager!

Say hello to Jessica Patton, our new Day Habilitation Program Manager!



Georgia STABLE Accounts

STABLE Accounts give people with special needs more independence and financial security


Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities

Leading an accountable and effective continuum of care to support Georgians with behavioral health challenges, and intellectual and developmental disabilities in a dynamic health care environment.

Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities

GCDD is the state’s leader in advancing public policy on behalf of persons with developmental disabilities. Our mission is to promote public policy that creates an integrated community life for persons with developmental disabilities, their families, friends, neighbors and all who support them.