Resource Directory

Agency Phone Number Address Description
404-785-4425
Camp Twin Lakes, Will-A-Way
210 S. Broad St.
Winder, GA 30680

An overnight summer camp for patients with epilepsy and other seizure disorders, they provide an enjoyable getaway and a terrific opportunity to meet others with similar medical conditions.   Many CHOA employees and community volunteers spearhead programs and activities throughout the camp.

404-785-4425
Camp Twin Lakes, Will-A-Way
210 S. Broad St.
Winder, GA 30680

An overnight summer camp for craniofacial patients where every child’s possibilities are endless. From team-building activities to individual support, Camp Courage gives every child the chance to experience camp, build friendships and make memories that last a lifetime.

404-785-4425
Camp Twin Lakes, Will-A-Way,
210 S. Broad St.
Winder, GA 30680

An overnight summer camp for children and teens with spina bifida, they promote positive self-esteem with fun and learning. The program helps children and teens learn, develop and practice independent living skills in a fun camp format using games, group activities, workshops, sports and community outings to teach and reinforce these life skills.

404-549-3000
206 Rogers St. NE, Suite 214
Atlanta, GA 30317

Offers an exciting form of physical and mental training that combines therapeutic principles with the skill and dexterity of circus arts.

770-393-3939
PO Box 567042
Atlanta, GA 31156

Social Club Program is an experiential treatment program for children emphasizing social skills development while expanding their range of social interests. This group targets children who have received Occupational Therapy services for developmental conditions including Asperger's, Pervasive Developmental Disorder and High Functioning Autism. The idea is to teach social skills amid a socially enriched setting as the kids engage in various age-appropriate activities. 

770-393-3939
PO Box 567042
Atlanta, GA 31156

PEOTSI® (PE/OT/SI) is an adaptive PE program for children receiving Occupational Therapy due to mild Sensory Integration Dysfunction. Part instructional league, part PE class, PEOTSI® gives these children the chance to compete vigorously among "motor peers" in sports, such as soccer and hockey. They participate in tournaments and receive trophies. Adaptations are made to the playing field and equipment, but the fun and excitement are the same. 

770-631-3650
210 Greencastle Road
Tyrone, GA 30290

ClearWater Academy is a leader and pioneer in the state of Georgia and a national model for how children with learning differences should be educated. The ClearWater Academy program offers the cutting-edge, research-based advancements in education, technology, social-emotional development and therapies that will enable, enhance and enrich our students' education and life-long skills.

800-822-9727
404-373-2040
123 N. McDonough Street
Decatur, Georgia 30030

The CAP is for Vocational Rehabilitation clients and client applicants who are seeking or receiving services from a project, program or facility funded under the Rehabilitation Act.

404-474-3904
1894 Ludovie Lane
Decatur, GA 30033

Specializes in educating children with ADHD, high functioning autism, Asperger’s, anxiety, and other learning differences to equip them with the skills needed to navigate the world with confidence.

770-426-3300
Cobb County School District
514 Glover Street
Marietta, GA 30060

The mission of Special Student Services is to provide individualized support for students who are at risk of not achieving their greatest potential.

800-486-5058
401 N. Washington St.
Suite 420
Rockville, MD 20850

CLE delivers wrap-around transition supports for young adults with disabilities in the areas of academics, career development, independent living and social skills, as they transition to college, pursue a career and build a life away from home. Locations in Ft. Lauderdale, Austin, Denver, D.C., Monterey and Costa Mesa.

404-688-5525
191 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 1000, 10th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303

Experts in philanthropy, strengthening the region’s nonprofits and in the issues affecting the metro Atlanta region.

404-308-8548
308 Clairmont Avenue
Decatur, GA 30030

Supports the developmental and educational growth of adolescents and young adults who are on the autism spectrum or who face other related issues, in a program that emphasizes social-emotional development as an essential foundation for complex logical, high-order thinking.

678-817-7162
1633 Hwy 54 East
Jonesboro, GA 30238

Provides the Jewish community south of Atlanta with a spiritual home founded on the tenets of Reform Judaism and Tikkun Olam – the commitment to repair the world. Services are led by Cantorial Soloist Susan Burden. Services offer a combination of joyous worship and contemplative quiet reflection. For Shabbat and Festival services, the congregation uses Mishkan T’filah, the Reform movement’s most recent Siddur (prayerbook), an engaging and user-friendly worship tool.

404-257-0537
700 Mt. Vernon Hwy, NE
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

A conservative congregation located in Sandy Springs offering Preschool, Religious School, Adult Education, Holiday and Special Programming, welcoming children and adults of all abilities.

The sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop to assist hearing impairment.

770-399-5300
5303 Winters Chapel Road
Dunwoody, GA 30360

Beth Shalom is an egalitarian, Conservative congregation located in Dunwoody, GA.  We offer a full inclusion preschool (full-day), Religious School, Adult Education and cultural programs, life-cycle celebrations and Shabbat and Holiday services, welcoming adults and children regardless of ability. Our sanctuary is equipped with an assisted listening device for the hearing-impaired.

770-973-0137
1190 Indian Hills Parkway
Marietta, GA 30068

Congregation Etz Chaim is an egalitarian, Conservative congregation located in East Cobb County offering Preschool, Religious School, Adult Education, cultural/social programs, Shabbat and Holiday services.  ALL children and adults are welcome in our community.  A learning support strategist works with the Preschool and Religious School faculties to provide appropriate learning environments and opportunities for students with neurological, sensory, motor, social and learning challenges of all types.   

404-250-3338
7460 Trowbridge Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Congregation Or Hadash is a dynamic, egalitarian, Conservative synagogue providing a warm and welcoming Jewish environment for anyone, regardless of ability, who seeks to build spiritual and social connections through prayer, learning, music and Tikkun Olam. Or Hadash is committed to facilitating accessibility which includes the one-level, open floor plan building design, large print prayer books, parent support groups, and annual awareness-raising events such as special Shabbats. The religious school program provides qualified staff to support students and parents, and disability awareness is an integral component in the religious school curriculum.

Accommodation resources, help guides, presentations, and other training resources for Google-related topics and other educational technology topics.

678-874-6002
2477 Coralwood Drive
Decatur, GA 30033

Early childhood inclusion education as practiced at Coralwood School is a research-based model that uses proven established concepts while maintaining a close eye on new developments in the field. 

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