Happy 23rd Anniversary The Olmstead Decision is a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that concluded that segregation in institutions is discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The case Olmstead v L.C. and E.W. originated in Georgia and was decided on June 22, 1999.  People with developmental disabilities have the right to receive the supports they need to live and thrive in their own communities, not institutions.
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Welcome to the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities

The mission of the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) is to bring about social and policy changes that promote opportunities for the wide spectrum of diverse people/persons with developmental disabilities and their families to live, learn, work, play and worship in their communities.

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