Links & Resources
Community Relationships & Funding
Social Skills Today has established relationships with community agencies and many of Spectrum’s and Social Skills Today’s Programs (Drama Club, Tech Club, day camp programs and Camp Journey Overnight and Weeklong Camp) qualify for family support dollars through these various agencies. Applications for funding for the agencies listed below are included in the links. Note that these serve only Region 3.
Roswell Adaptive Recreation Program
The city of Roswell offers an Adaptive Recreation Program scholarship. Scholarships are intended to assist people who wish to participant in Adaptive Recreation Programs or camp through the Recreation and Parks Department but are not able to due to the lack of funds. All scholarship applications will be reviewed by the Recreation and Parks Dept. Submitting the application does not guarantee that a scholarship will be granted.
To apply: Email, mail, or drop this form off to:
Jessica Leonard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Roswell Recreation, Parks, Historic & Cultural Affairs Department
38 Hill Street Suite 100
Roswell, GA 30075 770-641-3950
InCommunity, formerly Georgia Community and Support Solutions (GCSS), provides community-based services and support to people with developmental disabilities and their families. To complete the form requesting information about assistance, please click here.
For more information, please contact:
InCommunity can guide you through the process. If you are interested, please fill out both the Family Support Agreement and the Family Support Application and mail to:
Re: Family Support Services
3301 Buckeye Road, Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30341
County-specific services are available for families of individuals 3 years of age and older who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability. The participating include:
Bobby Dodd Institute
Bobby Dodd Institute (formerly AADD) maximizes resources for individuals and families living with intellectual and developmental disabilities to pursue stability, growth, and independence. Founded in 1951 by a group of parents, and incorporated in 1956, BDI (formerly AADD) is one of the longest-running agencies serving individuals with developmental disabilities in Georgia. Their programs and services are focused on Outreach Services, Family Support, and Benefits Counseling.
For more information, visit their website or contact:
Georgia Race for Autism: https://georgiaraceforautism.com/
New Direction for Autism: https://www.newdirectionsforautism.org/
Bobby Dodd Institute: www.bobbydodd.org
Camp Twin Lakes: https://camptwinlakes.org/