Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

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  • All About Developmental Disabilities
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    he mission of the All About Developmental Disabilities is to build communities of support, acceptance, and opportunity for children, adults, and families living with developmental disabilities. For more information please visit www.aadd.org or call (404) 881-9777.
  • Arc
    The Arc is the world’s largest community based organization of and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It provides an array of services and support for families and individuals and includes over 140,000 members affiliated through more than 780 state and local chapters across the nation. The Arc is devoted to promoting and improving supports and services for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For more information please visit www.thearc.org.
  • Arc of Georgia
    The Arc of Georgia is a non-profit membership organization committed to all people with developmental disabilities, and will work to develop programs, funding and public policy that will assist them in realizing their goals of learning, living, working, worshiping and playing in the community. Affiliated with the Arc of the United States, The Arc of Georgia is also committed to self-advocates and families with people who have a developmental disability. For more information please visit www.thearcofgeorgia.org or call (678) 904-1967.
  • Autism Society of America-Greater Georgia Chapter
    ASA-GGC is a leading voice and resource of the Georgia Autism Community in education, advocacy, services, information and referral, and support. ASA-GGC is committed to enabling meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. For more information please visit www.asaga.com or call (770) 904-4474.
  • Cerebral Palsy Guide
    The people working behind the scenes on the Cerebral Palsy Guide strive to provide an easy-to-use, informative website that provides solutions for families. It is their hope that Cerebral Palsy Guide can help parents of children with cerebral palsy find peace, healing and happiness. For more information, please visit www.cerebralpalsyguide.com/cerebral-palsy/ or call 1(855) 329-1008.
  • Emory Autism Resource Center
    The EmoryAutismResourceCenter, located on Emory's Clairmont Campus, offers the most experienced professional team of autism experts in Georgia. It is the only Georgia resource that provides a comprehensive continuum of services specially designed to meet the needs of children and adults with autism and their families.  For more information please visit www.emory.edu/HOUSING/CLAIRMONT/autism.html or call 404.727.8350.
  • Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities
    The mission of the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities is "to collaborate with Georgia citizens, public and private advocacy organizations, and policy makers to positively influence public policies that enhance the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families. For more information please visit www.gcdd.org or call (404) 657-2126.
  • Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD)
    DBHDD provides treatment and support services to people with mental illnesses and addictive diseases, and support to people with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities. DBHDD serves people of all ages with the most severe and likely to be long-term conditions. For more information please visit www.dbhdd.georgia.gov or call 404-463-8037.
  • Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of Georgia
    LDA is the nation's largest membership association on learning disabilities and emphasizes supports and services across the lifespan, including promoting the healthiest possible prenatal environment for positive pregnancy outcomes and has championed research into the nature and causes of learning and other developmental disabilities. For more information please visit www.ldag.org or call (404) 303-7774.
  • Marcus Autism Center
    Located in Atlanta, the Marcus Autism Center, Inc. is a charitable, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The Center's mission is to provide information, services and programs to people with developmental disabilities and their families, as well as those who live and work with them. For more information please visit www.marcus.org or call (404) 419-4000.