Marcus Autism Center offers families access to the latest researchers  a comprehensive database for local and online resources.

The Learning Disabilities Association of Georgia  shares knowledge, disseminates information, and advocates for individuals with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder.

A site for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

ImpactADHD is a community of parents with similar circumstances who come together to support each other and learn how to take a coach-approach to raising your kids.

Wondering what that alphabet soup of letters means?  

Click here to download a guide to IEP lingo.

The JAA links individuals with disabilities, and their families, to resources and information on everything from advocating for a child with a learning disability to navigating the transition to adulthood and beyond..

Visit the CPIR's Repository of Resources and access a treasure trove of products related to children with disabilities.

Direct link to the Georgia Department of Education's Special Education Services and Supports.

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MHA of Georgia’s mission is to enhance the mental health of all Georgians through education, outreach and advocacy.

FOCUS offers comfort, hope, and fun to families with children who are medically fragile or have significant developmental or physical disabilities through a variety of programs.

 Georgia's mandated free resource center for families with children who have special education needs.

COPAA's mission is to level the playing field for parents of children with disabilities—through access to resources and information. There is a fee to join.

Partnering With You to Assure Your Student's Educational Success

Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership helps families and schools work together to improve outcomes for students with disabilities.

Lindner Educational Consultants, LLC

 Check here to find out if your child's disability might qualify for

special needs services in the public school system.

Heard about Special Education Advocates, but don't know if you really need one?  

Read this article to learn more about how an Advocate can help you and your child.