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Please find a list of resources below to help including local support and service providers, resource and research organizations, State of Georgia resources and more below.

Download the CDC Developmental Milestones Checklist

Local Support and Service Providers

Autism Society of America- Georgia Chapter www.asaga.com

Autism Speaks Georgia Chapter: https://www.autismspeaks.org/georgia

Avita Community Partners: 678-513-5700, http://www.gamtns.org/

Corrigan Care: 404-434-7893, http://www.corrigancare.org

Champions for Children: 866-584-3742, http://www.championsforchildrenga.org/

FOCUS, Families of Children Under Stress: 770-234-9111, http://www.focus-ga.org/

Forsyth Autism and Special Needs Support Group: https://sites.google.com/site/fasnsg/

Lekotek of Georgia, 404-633-3430, www.lekotekga.org

Parent to Parent of Georgia: 1-800-229-2038, www.p2pga.org

TACA Georgia Chapter: https://www.facebook.com/TACAGeorgia

Resource and Research Organizations

Autism Research Institute: http://www.autism.com

Children and Adults with ADHD: http://www.chadd.org

Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation: http://www.cdlsusa.org

Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta: http://www.dsaatl.org

Learning Disabilities Association of America: http://www.ldaamerica.com

The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America: http://www.apraxia-kids.org

United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia: http://www.ucpga.org/

United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation: http://www.umdf.org

United Healthcare Children’s Foundation: http://www.uhccf.org/apply/

State of Georgia Resources

Katie Beckett Deeming Waiver- https://dch.georgia.gov/tefrakatie-beckett

Babies Can’t Wait, District 2: 770-718-5096, Children 1st: 770-538-2778, http://dph.georgia.gov/Babies-Cant-Wait

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities: http://dbhdd.georgia.gov

Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities: http://www.gcdd.org

National Therapy Organizations

American Speech-Language Hearing Association: http://www.asha.org

The American Occupational Therapy Association: http://www.aota.org

American Physical Therapy Association: http://www.apta.org

Behavior Analyst Certification Board: http://www.bacb.com/

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Building Bridges is an awesome place for therapy. Our son has been going here since he was 2 and he is now 7. Without Building Bridges therapy help we don’t know what we would’ve done. They have filled tremendous learning gaps in our son due to epileptic seizures. He can now read and functions normally in the school setting and with peers. The therapists are loving and caring and are very structured in accomplishing goals set. Couldn’t ask for a better therapy setting. Very pleased 

Jenniferivey W.

My son attended Building Bridges from 2015 until April 2017, he made wonderful progress during his time there. He started as non-verbal at 18 months old, and today he is speaking in full sentences. He has also made progress with OT, PT and ABA. The ABA “pre-school” was great and he still talks about all of his friends and therapists. He would still be attending Building Bridges if we had not moved to Jacksonville, FL. We miss you guys!! Thanks for everything!

Karrie G.

We have been attending a variety of therapies (OT, PT, Feeding, and Speech) for the past 5 years. The staff and therapists have been nothing but wonderful to work with. We have had several therapists with us since our daughter was brought home from the hospital at three weeks old… they are like family! I highly recommend the quality of the therapists, the staff, and the facility…. and we can’t beat the location!

Jen S.

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