• 180 Medical

    180 Medical

    We are a medical supply company supplying the products that turn your life around. We feel it’s important to offer our customers a wide variety of Incontinence supplies, Briefs, Protective Underwear, Underpads, and more. We bill all Georgia Medicaid plans and other payers who consider these items are medically necessary for children and adults with special healthcare needs. Come experience the 180 way.

    Rachel Phillips




  • Autism Speaks, Inc.

    Autism Speaks

    Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. 

    Janet Williams, Director of Community Outreach




  • Brain Injury Association of Georgia

    Brain Injury Association of Georgia

    A brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone bringing a lifetime of physical, cognitive and behavior challenges. BIAG offers free programs and services to address the needs of the individual, impact to their family, offering guidance, education about their brain injury, resources and Support Groups statewide. Visit our website to learn more.

    Jane Jackson




  • Center for Leadership in Disability

    The Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) is a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD), at Georgia State University. CLD is one of 67 programs in the country funded by the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, US Department of Health and Human Services. Our mission is to translate research into sustainable community practices that contribute to independent, self-determined, inclusive, and productive lives for people with disabilities and their families.

    David Elsea




  • Children's Medical Services - GNR Health Departments

    Gwinnett, Rockdale, Newton Health Departments

    Children’s Medical Services is a statewide program that supports children, youth and young adults (birth – 21) with special health care needs and their families. Children’s Medical Services provides assistance to eligible families and young adults with accessing timely and affordable health care services as well as needed resources within their communities.

    Shelley Fadeley




  • DDD Foundation, Inc.

    Dentistry for the Developmentally Disabled

    The DDD Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit dental clinic exclusively serving Georgians with developmental disabilities. We provide preventive, routine, and emergency dental care, as well as hospital dentistry and oral surgery.

    Sheri Anderson





    Disability Link for the center for rights and resources

    disABILITY LINK is a Centers for Independent Living (CIL), a community-based, cross-disability, non-profit organization that is designed and operated primarily by people with disabilities. CILs are unique in that they operate according to a strict philosophy of consumer control and choice, within a peer support model. We provide peer support, information and referral services, individual and systems advocacy, independent living skills training and transition services within our 12-county service area.

    Lisa Parks, Marketing & Outreach Independent Living Specialist




  • Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation

    Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation

    The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation is a Fast ForWord program and online curriculum provider. The foundation also provides an alternative diploma program for students who have aged out of the public school system and were unable to obtain a high school diploma.

    Dr. Annise Mabry





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    EYAAM was established to assist parents and caregivers with adults that have intellectual disabilities transitioning from childhood to adulthood by applying for Adult Guardianship in the state of Georgia through the counties in which the proposed ward resides. EYAAM has helped over a hundred plus parents in the state of Georgia apply and receive guardianship for their young adult.

    Barbara Glover




  • Georgia Telecommunication Equipment Distribution Program (GATEDP)

    Georgia Telecommunication Equipment Distribution Program is a state funded program that provides captioned phones, amplification phones & visual alerting devices for those who have mild to severe hearing loss.

    Andrea Kemp




  • GLASS, Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services

    GLASS, Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services, provides library services for individuals who are blind and to those whose physical abilities require the use of books and magazines in audio format or in braille.

    Asha Hagood




  • Gwinnett County Probate Court

    Probate Court exercises jurisdiction over the following: Guardianships and Conservatorships of Adults and Minors, Probate of Wills, Administration of Estates, Year’s Support, Involuntary Hospitalization, Involuntary Mental Health Evaluations, Weapons Carry Licenses, Marriage Licenses, Fireworks Permits, Certificates of Residence, and administering oaths and maintaining bonds of elected officials.

    Katy Stansbury




  • Gwinnett County Public Library

    Gwinnett County Public Library

    The public library provides access to free resources, services, programs, and volunteer opportunities to everyone in the Gwinnett community.

    Don Giacomini




  • InCommunity

    In  Community Embracing the abilities in all of us

    The name, InCommunity, describes our mission as partners, dedicated to enriching and sustaining the lives of individuals who have disabilities, their families and their communities. We believe in the importance of the common good to wholly transform individual lives and collective communities. This passion for embracing the abilities in all of us, drives us to support community members with activities and experiences that makes life purposeful such as career training, education, fitness programs, artistic exploration and spiritual pursuits.

    Marva Edwards




  • Jeyaram & Associates

    Jeyaram and Associates

    We help families legally protect their child's Medicaid, NOW/COMP and SSI benefits through Special Needs Trusts. We also help families secure guardianship for their differently-abled child. Attorney DJ Jeyaram has a special needs child and understands first-hand the challenges of raising and protecting a differently-abled child.

    DJ Jeyaram, Esq.




  • MassMutual SpecialCare

    SpecialCare is a program developed by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) that provides access to information and resources to families with dependents, of any age, with special needs. The program’s mission is to help educate families and caregivers of people with special needs about the importance and steps in creating a life care plan to help provide a secure financial future.

    Pam Hoppe, ChFC, CASL, RICP, SpecialCare Planner


  • Montgomery Children's Specialty Center

    Montgomery Children's Specialty Center

    At Montgomery Children's Specialty Center we believe that every child is a person of worth and value. Sometimes, additional support and attention are needed for children to get back to or maintain a quality of life. That's why we have a dedicated team of health care professionals, with proven clinical excellence and a history of generating successful outcomes, to provide compassionate care and therapeutic expertise at Montgomery Children's Specialty Center.

    Angela Sanders



    Montgomery Children's Specialty Center

  • National Federation of the Blind of Georgia-Gwinnett Family Chapter

    The National Federation of the Blind, is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1940. The NFB provides programs and services that encourages independence and self-confidence through advocacy, education, research and technology.

    Jo Ann Johnson




  • Office of the State Treasurer/Georgia STABLE

    Georgia Stable

    The Office of the State Treasurer oversees Georgia's ABLE program, Georgia STABLE, in conjunction with other state agencies. Georgia is part of a national ABLE partnership called STABLE Account that is run by Ohio and includes twelve total states (including Georgia and Ohio). The federal ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Act was passed in 2014, and Georgia's program was launched in 2017 to provide a savings and investment option for people living with disabilities that does not affect eligibility for certain benefits such as SSI and Medicaid.

    Jennifer Richards




  • Parent to Parent of Georgia

    Parent to Parent of Georgia

    Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs. Our Vision is to be the source of choice for support, information, education, and leadership development for Georgians with disabilities or special health care needs, ages birth to 26, and their families. Our Mission is to support Georgia families and individuals from birth to 26 impacted by disabilities or special health care needs.

    Clarissa Blanco




  • Positive Behavior Services, Inc.

    Ethical provider for ABA therapies, we work with the whole family to make lasting change and improve long-term outcomes for our clients.

    Karen Reyes/Lorena Guercio




  • R&R Mobility Vans & Lifts

    R and R Mobility

    Proudly selling handicap accessible vans in Georgia and around the southeast for over 45 years. R & R Mobility Vans & Lifts, Inc. is a family owned and operated business located right in the heart of Georgia. We have two great locations to serve you in Conyers and Athens Georgia. Contact us about in home demos and delivery. Your Mobility is Our #1 Priority!

    Richard Burnham




  • Special Needs Siblings

    Special Needs Siblings

    Special Needs Siblings is a non-profit organization committed to raising awareness, support, and resources for the siblings of disabled individuals. Supporting the siblings strengthens the family. Contact us for details.

    Jeniece Dortch




  • The Arc Georgia

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    The Arc Georgia works alongside people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to promote and protect the human rights for all and actively support full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.

    Stacey Ramirez




  • The Columbus Organization

    The Columbus Organization

    Once a person is approved for the NOW/COMP waiver, they must choose a Support Coordination agency. The Columbus Organization is 1 of 7 Support Coordination Agencies in the State of Georgia. The purpose of a Support Coordination agency is to identify, coordinate, and oversee the delivery of services and supports to enhance the health, safety, and general well-being of NOW and COMP waiver participants within the context of the person's goals toward maximum independence through collaboration with families, providers, and community partners.

    Lindsay Hartman




  • The Potter's House

    The Potter's House

    At The Potter's House, we believe in families. We are a Behavioral Health Treatment Center and provide services for the whole family. From ADHD, Oppositional Defiance, Depression, Bi-polar disorder to name a few, we are here to help and just a phone call away! 678-330-1400.

    Lori Maddock




  • Tutor Doctor Buford

    Tutor Doctor

    Private virtual and in-home tutoring for all grades and all subjects.

    Steve Sigit-Sidharta




  • UR Worth It!

    You Are Worth it

    UR Worth It is dedicated to helping children and autistic adults achieve their full potential and love themselves in the process. We believe that everyone has unique talents and gifts, and that with unconditional love and strong emotional support, each person can find success and fulfillment. Our "A Place 4 Joshua" program's goal is to provide an affordable, sustainable, permanent residential living arrangement that includes a specialized house and credentialed professionals utilizing evidenced-based programs for autistic adults displaying problematic behaviors on the moderate to severe spectrum; requiring 24/7 supervision.

    Barb Kirschner




  • UroStat Healthcare

    Urostat Healthcare

    UroStat Healthcare is a national provider (located locally) of urological, ostomy and incontinence supplies. We ship supplies directly to your door and bill your insurance for you. Our Staff has served this county for 25+ years and has the expertise and resources to answer all your questions about the products you may need. Bilingual staff.

    Junior Huizar


    1132 Satellite Blvd, STE 100, Suwanee, GA 30024