Georgia Developmental Disabilities Network COVID-19

GDDN logo The Georgia Developmental Disabilities Network (GDDN) is a consortium of ten Georgia disability focused organizations that are committed to connecting people with resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. GDDN hosts weekly phone calls to support individuals with disabilities, parents and family members, caregivers and other stakeholders to share COVID-19 challenges. The weekly webinars provide resources for Georgians with disabilities and other stakeholders that offer guidance on navigating various topics such as Medicaid waivers, employment, Appendix K and more.

The resources are available below. Click the category of interest below and access various links, recordings and information. For questions, email .  

GDDN partners include: The Arc Georgia, Bobby Dodd Institute, Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University, Department of Public Health Georgia, Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta, FOCUS, The Fragile X Association of Georgia, Georgia Advocacy Office, Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, Institute on Human Development and Disability at the University of Georgia, Parent to Parent of Georgia, Spectrum Autism Support, Education and Resources and Uniting for Change.

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Click each item below for more information.

To see all documents, visit the main “Georgia Resources” folder via Google Drive.

For additional onformation, visit our COVID-19 Resource page.