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Educational advocacy and transition to adult services advocacy are crucial for ensuring that individuals with disabilities receive the support and opportunities they need to thrive throughout their lives. Educational advocacy helps families navigate the complexities of the educational system, securing appropriate accommodations and services that foster an inclusive and supportive learning environment. This advocacy ensures that children with disabilities can access quality education tailored to their unique needs, promoting their academic and personal development. As these individuals approach adulthood, transition advocacy becomes essential in guiding them through the shift from school-based services to adult services. It helps identify vocational and educational opportunities, connect with community resources, and develop skills for independent living. Together, these advocacy efforts provide a continuous support system, empowering individuals with disabilities to achieve their full potential and lead fulfilling, independent lives.

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In-Home Care

Our Respite Care Program offers temporary relief for families caring for a child with special needs. Our trained caregivers provide high-quality, short-term care that allows parents to take a break and recharge. Whether you need a few hours or a weekend, our respite services ensure your child is safe, engaged, and well-cared for, giving you peace of mind and time to focus on your well-being. This program is open to individuals of all ages, from toddlers to older adults. We accept payments through NOW/COMP waiver funds, Family Support Funding, and private pay. Rates vary based on your child's level of need. 

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Community Accessfor Individuals

Our Community Access Program is dedicated to enhancing the inclusion and participation of individuals with disabilities in community activities and events. We provide personalized support to help individuals access recreational, educational, and social opportunities, fostering a sense of belonging and independence. Our services include transportation assistance,1:1 support, and trained companions to ensure safe and enjoyable experiences. By collaborating with local organizations and businesses, we strive to create an inclusive environment where people with disabilities can fully engage with and contribute to their communities. This program is open to individuals of all ages, from toddlers to older adults. We accept payments in the form of NOW/COMP waiver funds, Family Support Funding, and private pay. Rates vary based on your child's level of need.

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Group Community Access

Our Community Access Program offers a group setting designed to enhance life skills and vocational abilities for individuals with disabilities. Meeting weekly for four hours, this program provides a supportive and interactive environment where participants can learn essential skills for daily living and workplace success. Activities include cooking, budgeting, communication, job readiness training, and hands-on vocational practice. Led by experienced instructors, the program emphasizes practical learning and peer interaction to foster independence and build confidence. Through engaging, structured sessions, participants gain valuable skills that empower them to achieve greater self-sufficiency and actively contribute to their communities. Our current groups are located in North Atlanta and Dallas, GA. The cost of this weekly group is $60/week. We accept payments in the form of NOW/COMP waiver funds, Family Support Funding, and private pay. Thanks to our Cobb EMC partnership, scholarships are available for families who pay privately.

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with Elysa Greenwald, Educational Advocate

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