2017 Ambassador Program
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AADD is searching for young adults with a developmental disability who have graduated from high school and are looking for new and exciting ways to become involved in the community! Our exclusive 8 week program is designed to help you build your confidence, improve your communication skills and become a better self-advocate. […] The post 2017 Ambassador Program appeared ...
Help AADD double its $$ this Georgia Gives Day!
Georgia Gives Day is November 17, 2016 and AADD needs your help raising $3000 so we can get additional money from the SunTrust Financial Well-Being Challenge! Give online NOW. SunTrust Foundation Financial Well-Being Challenge ($50,000 total) SunTrust Foundation, in partnership with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, will award $50,000 in prizes to empower and support nonprofit […] The post Help ...
Holiday Adoption Program 2016
Be a holiday hero – adopt a family in need! With the holiday season right around the corner, now is the perfect time to adopt a family in need. No time to shop? You can give online now to make sure the wish lists of families with developmental disabilities are fulfilled. With the majority of our […] The post Holiday Adoption Program 2016 appeared first on AADD.
VIDEO of Sept. 29, 2016 Sibling brewery event
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Train business gives resident with disabilities second chance
“On track for success: Train business gives resident with disabilities second chance” (published Oct. 10, 2016) profiles AADD client Nick Sulkoske and his employer, Train Installations, a company that builds model homes for homes and businesses. Read the full story at The Cherokee Tribune The post Train business gives resident with disabilities second chance appeared first on AADD.
AADD’s new Sibling Group in DeKalb Neighbor
Decatur nonprofit launches group to support siblings of Georgians with developmental disabilities By Brent Barron For twenty-eight-year-old Mira Patel, a new support group for siblings of individuals with developmental disabilities has meant making connections with others who share similar life experiences. The newly launched “Brothers & Sisters” program from Decatur-based nonprofit All About Deve...
“Up on the Roof” Carole King Tribute Concert
The next concert in the “Sunday Kind of Groove” series is “Up on the Roof: A Carole King Tribute.” Tickets range from $10 – $40 and are on sale now. They can be purchased online, or by calling 770-368-2076. The post “Up on the Roof” Carole King Tribute Concert appeared first on AADD.