Hope Street, Inc

Educational advocacy, educational planning, program supervision and management, enrichment services, networking & research, launching a fully inclusive high school in Fall 2022. Learn more at hopestreetinc.org/

Judah’s House

Judah's House Inc (501c3) provides educational consulting, advocacy, scholarships for special needs families, and provides area resource information. The LOT provides financial services such as Tax Preparation for special needs families (targeting their unique deduction and credit possibilities to maximize their returns) and Small Business Consulting on benefits of hiring...

Jeyaram and Associates, P.C.

Healthcare attorneys good for special needs trust and wills, guardianships, Katie Beckett appeals, and NOW/COMP appeals. Learn more at jeylaw.com.

GHI Life Sharing

Providing families assistance with in-home personal supports to children with special needs with no out-of-pocket expense. The child must have Medicaid, be between 5 and 21, and diagnosed with a medically fragile diagnosis. They help with supports such as bathing, feeding, dressing, and transfers. Learn more at ghilifesharing.com/

Fifty-Two Communities, LLC

This is a training and consultative service that helps families and individuals with Medicaid Waiver services such as NOW and COMP. Learn more at fiftytwocommunities.com/

Gigi’s Playhouse Atlanta

Gigi's Playhouse is a Down Syndrome achievement center that provides FREE educational, therapeutic and social services to individuals with Down Syndrome and their families Their mission is to change the way the world views Down Syndrome and provides a global Acceptance for ALL. Learn more at gigisplayhouse.org/atlanta/

Nomis Cares

Provides a variety of services for special needs families including Medication Management, assistance with daily living activities, live-in care, post-operative care, and coordination of care with Private Physicians. Learn more at nomiscares.com/

Precision Healthcare Solutions

Daily living assistance for children and young adults ages 1 to 21 who have physical or cognitive developmental delays, traumatic brain injury, medically fragile, or handicapped. Services are provided through the Georgia Pediatric Program.  Learn more at www.precisionhcs.org/