The Division of Developmental Disabilities is planning a series of six public forums to collect comments and suggestions for the Medicaid Waiver Programs for people with developmental disabilities. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a positive difference in the direction of services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Georgia. We need your input.
Get Ready for the Disability Community's Largest Annual Rally plus Five Days of Advocacy!
Join us for the 17th Annual Disability Day at the Capitol in the new Liberty Plaza, an outdoor area adjacent to the State Capitol at the intersection of Capitol Avenue and MLK, Jr. Dr.
Leading up to Disability Day on March 5, you can also be a part of one or more of five Advocacy Days:
January 21: We Need Waivers Day
January 29: ICWP Raise the Rate Day
February 4: Kids Need Real Homes, Not Nursing Homes Day
February 11: Employment First Day
February 19: Youth Day
First-timers and seasoned advocates alike are welcome to participate in Disability Day and any of the five Advocacy Days.
Be a part of the largest gathering of Georgians with disabilities, their family members, friends and supporters to let your voices be heard at the Disability Day Rally. Plus, join fellow advocates on one of the five Advocacy Days to promote access and opportunity by educating legislators on the issues.
The Unlock Steering Committee: The Georgia Advocacy Office · The Arc of Georgia · The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities · The Statewide Independent Living Council of Georgia · People First of Georgia · The Institute on Human Development & Disability at the University of Georgia· The Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University · The Georgia Council on Aging · Parent to Parent of Georgia
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