(for ages 17 & under)
FIND A FAITH COMMUNITY
One of the goals of TWC is to support spiritual goals. We belong to a large network of churches that can help you with that. If you are looking for a church home, please contact or visit our partner ministry, Key Ministry, at
https://www.keyministry.org/find-a-church and simply use the map to find a church near you that has an established disability ministry.
VIRTUAL LEARNING GROUPS
E-learning platforms in the public education system have provided several new options for education. If you are interested in placing your child in a virtual learning group, contact our preferred placement agent, Home Education Solutions at 404-247-6055 to find a group that meets your child's needs and your budget.
Milestones in a child’s life can be exciting. But sometimes, they take us by surprise…like when our child goes from being a child to an adult. Understand the pros and cons of filing for guardianship and what that will mean for your family by participating in our parent workshops. We proudly partner with 2 firms in Metro-Atlanta that can help you determine what’s best for your family. Contact Laura Akins at https://nadlerbiernath.com/ or Will Fawcett at https://www.cf-firm.com/.
Does your child have a love of sports and the outdoors? We partner with Johnson Ferry Baptist Church to offer sports leagues that are catered to your child’s needs. If your child is interested in joining a team sport, please contact Pastor Danny Downing at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also proudly support the Acworth Horizon Leagues that offers adapted sports teams. Contact Lauren Ham at
email@example.com or call 770.917.1234 for more info.
Being involved in a social group is an important part of life for your child and your whole family. We offer a variety of social skills groups for your child as well as Life Groups for your family. Contact us for a list of social groups in your area. We would be honored to also help you find a community that fits your personality and lifestyle.
Learning to process situations, relationships, and decisions in an emotionally healthy way is important! We are avid proponents that everyone, regardless of their diagnosis, should be afforded access to quality counseling services. We recommend Broken Chains International for individual or family counseling. For more information, visit
We understand the financial challenges families who are impacted by disability face everyday. We can connect you with several agencies that offer financial assistance for necessities when times are tighter than usual. These necessities include housing assistance, food, and respite care.
Are you in need of resources to help with medical situations? We have a variety of organizations that can assist you with funding such as Social Security, Medicaid, and Katie Beckett waivers. If you need medical equipment or assistive technology, please visit https://www.fodac.org/.
Are you in need of an educational advocate to ensure that your child is receiving a Free and Appropriate Public Education? We offer advocacy services as well as a list of education advocacy resources. Contact us to let us know how we can best serve you.
Whether you are looking for Behavior Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, or Equine Therapy, we can recommend several organizations to meet your family’s needs. Contact us today for guidance in getting the resources you are seeking.
We understand how difficult life can be when you are doing it alone. That's why we are here to help! We desire to support single parents with respite care and life groups so that you can get the ongoing support that you need. Contact our preferred respite care provider, Your Respite, at https://www.yourrespite.com/ to find out more about getting quality in-home childcare. We even have scholarships available to help pay for services. Additionally, we encourage parents to take time for regular retreats. For information on weekend retreats, visit Rising Above Ministries at
which offers retreats for moms, dads, and siblings.
Families who are caring for teens and young adults with disabilities often find themselves also needing to care for their elderly parents. We are here to connect you with resources to help you navigate this season of life. Contact us for a list of resources including Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Disability, housing options, in-home care, and estate planning.