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Opening for two volunteer positions in team management at the Autism Society of Georgia.

Bring your passion to help individuals and families in Atlanta and throughout Georgia that live with autism. Overall team responsibilities include program development, information sharing and referral from our referral network connecting families with resources, building coalitions with other organizations, fun fundraising activities, budgeting and financial oversight and public policy. Nationally, we served over 650,000 people making a difference in quality of life, care and social activities. We are looking to expand our efforts in Georgia. Come be a part of it.

ADA Anniversary: Removing Obstacles for 25 Years

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which President George H.W. Bush signed into law in 1990, turns 25 on July 26th. Today, most Americans take things such as ramps, wheelchair lifts on city buses or designated parking spaces for granted. Some people might not know that many of these improvements came about directly as a result of this groundbreaking civil rights law. One person who can speak from the heart about the ADA is Tom Ridge, the First U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security and current chairman of National Organization on Disability (NOD). Ridge, who has a severe hearing loss fromRead More

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