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COVID-19 Resources

This website provides information on how COVID-19 affects individuals with disabilities. The resources include information from national, federal, and state sources. Accessibility is not guaranteed for external links.

 

State of Georgia ADA Coordinator's Office

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.

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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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Coping with Coronavirus: Daily Check-In

This peer led group provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to come together and gain information on latest updates on the Coronavirus, share experiences, receive support, learn skills on addressing stress, anxiety, and advocate during this time.

This call takes place Monday- Thursday, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM daily.

For more information or for any questions, please contact Shikha Desai at sdesai@disabilitylink.org (email) or.404-687-8890 extension 123 (phone). 

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U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Updates Its Pandemic Guidance

Updated COVID-19 guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).