Real Learning Resources

Students in UGA's Destination Dawgs Inclusive post-secondary education program

GCDD's priority for Real Learning is priority is stated as, "A Georgia where high school students with disabilities experience effective transition planning that includes the practice of self-determination, alternative diploma routes, professional collaboration and positive parent support that leads to better post-school outcomes." Below are several resources related to helping Georgians with developmental disabilities have better transition outcomes and opportunities for learning. For more information on GCDD's vision, supported efforts and public policy initiatives on Real Learning, Click here.

The Arcadia Institute A Guide to Successful Camp/Recreation Experiences
Helping All Kids Have Great Experiences

Baby Bumble Bee Speech Therapy
888.984.5500
www.BabyBumbleBee.com

Council for Exceptional Children
888.232.7733
www.cec.sped.org

FAPE/Families and Advocate Partnership for Education
952.838.9000
www.fape.org

Inclusive Post-Secondary Education (IPSE) Programs in Georgia

JF&CS – Developmental Disabilities Services Tools for Independence
770.677.9300
www.yourtoolsforliving.org/services/dd

Navigator Team Contact Information
Parent to Parent of Georgia
www.esp.p2pga.org/roadmap/navigating/NavTeamLeaders.htm

Parent to Parent of Georgia
800.229.2038
www.p2pga.org

State of Georgia Department of Education
Exceptional Students 404.656.2800
www.doe.k12.ga.us/curriculum/exceptional