Autism Conference & Expo of Georgia
Autism Plan for Georgia
Children's Freedom Initiative
Forestry & Autism
Georgia Developmental Disabilities Network
Inclusive Spiritual Supports
Olmstead Planning Committee
Project ECHO is a revolutionary guided-practice model that reduces health disparities in under-served and remote areas of the state, nation and world. Through innovative telementoring, the ECHO model uses a hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing approach where expert teams lead virtual clinics, amplifying the capacity for providers to deliver best-in-practice care to underserved people in their communities.
Inclusive Digital Expression and Literacy (IDEAL)
Inclusive Postsecondary Education
Transition to Adulthood
Transition support is also available for changes in K-12 education, healthcare, and housing.
Georgia Inclusive Postsecondary Education Consortium
AUCD Leadership Academy
My Voice. My Participation. My Board.
Adult Disability Medical Healthcare (ADMH)
Georgia Statewide Disability & Health
Covid-19 Southeastern SuperHub Program
Brief Behavior Questionnaire & Intervention Plan
Home & Community-based Positive Behavior Support
The five SIPP Districts include: Columbus, Coastal, Gwinnett, Dalton, and Dublin.
The three newly targeted SIPP Districts include: Cobb-Douglas, Fulton, and Dekalb.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Motivation Assessment Scale
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School-based Positive Behavior Support
Faculty and staff at the CLD provide two models of training on positive behavior support in schools. One model includes one-time training providing an overview of the positive behavior support framework. The second model involves more intensive, onsite support that spans across several months to the entire academic year. CLD has several contracts with school systems across the state using the more intensive model of training.
The Georgia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities is a one-year interdisciplinary experience for future professionals, disability advocates and family members to be able to provide coordinated, culturally competent and family-centered care to children and their families.
IDEAL is an inclusive post-secondary program for students with mild intellectual disabilities focused on the development of media literacy, storytelling, and media production skills. This program helps participating student’s communication skills and media maker “voice” — an empowering identity for anyone in our media-saturated culture, especially for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities whose stories are often overlooked or conveyed by others.