The State ADA Coordinator's Office provides educational and technical support for State agencies so that programs, services and activities operated by the State of Georgia are accessible and usable by everyone.

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Facility Access

We operate the Statewide ADA Facilities Improvement Program to help ensure that State-owned facilities provide equal access for persons with disabilities.

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

We provide technical support and assistance for state agencies to implement the ADA's requirements applicable to their public mission.

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Training

We train state agencies and other targeted audiences to ensure appropriate familiarity with the Act's applicable requirements.

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Stacey Peace Named State ADA Coordinator Effective January 1, Mike Galifianakis Resigns After 20 years of Service

Georgia’s State Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator’s Office announced that Mike Galifianakis, the State ADA Coordinator, resigned effective December 31, 2018. Stacey Valrie Peace, who previously served as Assistant ADA Coordinator, has been promoted into the role.

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