F.O.C.U.S.E.D. (Focused on Outcomes Created to Utilize Strengths and Encourage Development) offers personalized coaching services for grief & loss, anger management, co-parenting, and cultivating a more positive mindset.
The Vision of Rare Patient Voice is to include the patient voice in research and ultimately improve the lives of patients everywhere. Rare Patient Voice empowers patients and caregivers to share their voices with researchers and companies developing products, devices, and treatments to improve lives while earning cash rewards.
Our mission is to support a national network of Parent to Parent programs to ensure access to quality emotional support for families of individuals with disabilities and/or special health care needs.
Whether you need help getting a diagnosis, finding resources to assist in finding a specialist, finding a clinical trial, paying medical bills, or affording drugs, NORD is here. With our network of members, advocates, and partners, we make critical connections and work to make an impact for every person with a rare disease.
GAO’s mission is to organize our resources and follow our values and legal mandates in ways which substantially increase the number of people who are voluntarily standing beside and for people in Georgia who have significant disabilities and mental illness. We envision a Georgia where all people have value, visibility and voice.
Babies Can’t Wait is Georgia’s statewide interagency service delivery system for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families. Babies Can’t Wait is established by Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) which guarantees all eligible children, regardless of their disability, access to services that will enhance their development.
Child Neurology Foundation is committed to helping children and their families living with a neurologic condition receive the best quality of care — and achieve their highest quality of life — by providing information, education, and one-on-one support when it’s needed most.
Children in the Ferst Readers literacy program receive a free bookstore-quality, age-specific book, and resources mailed to them at home every month from birth until their fifth birthday. Enroll your children today!
This fact sheet on the Individualized Education Program of the State of Georgia contains important information and advice for parents of special needs children.