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.
- Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) - COVID 19 Accessible Materials for People with Disabilities
CIDI, along with the CDC Foundation, has created accessible COVID-19 materials for individuals who are blind, deaf, have limited mobility or have limited literacy skills resulting from a variety of factors. Some consumers of information may have a combination of these disabilities and some of the message formats may be used by multiple audiences. Family members, caregivers and various healthcare/service providers may also benefit from these enhanced modes of messaging. The goal of this partnership is to increase access to information about COVID-19. For more information please visit: https://cidi.gatech.edu/covid.
- Georgia Department of Community Health
The Department of Community Health champions: ACCESS to affordable, quality health care in our communities, RESPONSIBLE health planning and use of health care resources and HEALTHY behaviors and improved health outcomes. For more information please visit http://dch.georgia.gov.
- Georgia Department of Public Heath - COVID 19 Testing Site Locations Directory
To find a COVID-19 testing site in Georgia, please visit: https://dph.georgia.gov/covidtesting
This site will connect you with State of Georgia health care related programs. For more information please visit https://georgia.gov/ or call 1-800-GEORGIA (1-800-436-7442 - Primary) or (844) 442-2681 (COVID-19 Hotline).