Hello - I am a member of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Microboards Association. We have established a Facebook group that will be by invitation only to Microboards and their members.
You, along with others that Georgia Microboards has in its records as affiliated with a Georgia Microboard, will be receiving an invitation to join the Facebook group - if you have a Facebook account you will be able to join. If you
want to join but do not have a Facebook account and are interested in joining the group you can of course first create
a Facebook account and then request to join the group.
The Facebook group is intended to give Georgia Microboards a tool for sharing of information, updates, and ideas and better enable communication and sharing between microboards.
As a reminder, this group is by invitation only. If you have additional members or people that your microboard would
like to have added to the Facebook group, they may request membership. Please ask them to send me an email in addition that will help me to only accept memberships requests that are legitimate.
We will monitor the group and enforce appropriate behavior and etiquette. Please help us ensure the group is a
positive and useful tool for all microboards and their members.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate contact me.
THE SPREAD THE WORD TO END THE WORD MOVEMENT
"Spread the Word to End the Word" is a national advocacy campaign for the use of respectful and inclusive
language that respects the dignity of all human beings.
Watch the video published by Grady Newsource on March 5, 2014 at
MAKING A DIFFERENCE MAGAZINE - WINTER 2014
GCDD Emphasizes Importance of Voting and Highlights Legislative Actions in Making a Difference Winter 2014. As the 2014 midterm election season begins, Georgia Council of Developmental Disabilities' (GCDD) news magazine Making a Difference covers the importance of advocacy, voting and engaging in the political process for people with disabilities..
See Guest Article – Page 4 - by Talley Wells
"There is a seismic transformation happening in Georgia
and throughout the US for people with
disabilities for all of our communities."
ATTENTION FACEBOOK USERS:
For some fascinating stories, check out the "I am Olmstead" and "GA Disability History Alliance" pages on Facebook.
The Atlanta Police Department has unveiled a system it says will greatly improve the ability of first responders to help people who need help from police, fire and emergency services.
Smart911 is a free service where you provide emergency data that gives 9-1-1 the tools to keep you safe.
It is 100% private, secure and used by 9-1-1 call centers across the country.