Making a Difference is a quarterly magazine published by the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD). GCDD uses Making a Difference to advocate and educate various audiences about critical issues affecting people with developmental disabilities and to promote activities and create opportunities for people with developmental disabilities to exercise their right to live, learn, work, play and worship in Georgia communities. Making a Difference is available online in accessible PDF and large print formats, as well as on audio by request. Sign up to receive Making a Difference magazine by mail by clicking the link below and see past issues in the archived magazines at the bottom of this page.

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Making a Difference - Spring 2017 (English & Spanish)

Making a Difference - Spring 2017 (English & Spanish)
Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities' (GCDD) spring edition of Making a Difference quarterly news magazine covers a review of the 2017 Legislative Session; Talking Disability Advocacy at the Georgia State Capitol during Advocacy Days; the Future of Georgia's Medicaid Program; Georgia...

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Making a Difference - Winter 2017 (English & Spanish)

Making a Difference - Winter 2017 (English & Spanish)
Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities' (GCDD) winter edition of Making a Difference quarterly news magazine covers Disability in the Media, GCDD's legislative agenda for the start of the 2017 Legislative Session; the second annual Take Your Legislator to Work Day; tips on advocating to...

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Making a Difference - Summer 2016

Making a Difference - Summer 2016
Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities' (GCDD) summer edition of Making a Difference quarterly news magazine covers accessibility in travel; provides an update of the DOJ Settlement versus the State of Georgia; and continues to promote the Disability Vote through its voting series. The...

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