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    Georgia MICROBOARDS Association 
RaceCar Waterboy, LLC. 
The Georgia Microboards Association, AAAFDD, and the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities 
hosted an informational meeting with Guest Speaker David Taylor, Jr., a 25 year old young man from 
North Carolina who has achieved his dream of finding the right job. David owns and operates RaceCar Waterboy LLC, a bottled water vending company which David started in September of 2006. Mr. Taylor also developed a book, "Micro-Enterprise: 25-Step Business Plan Workbook," that was purchased by Vocational Rehabilitation for use by their consumers. 

Mr. Taylor's advocacy to own his own business has also led the state of North Carolina to include 
Micro-enterprises as a covered waiver service.  Presentation participants also heard from Ruthie-Marie Beckwith, Ph.D. a consultant with Employment First Georgia on ways individuals can turn the need for a product or service in their local communities into their own self-employment opportunities.

                             OLMSTEAD CHAMPION MEETS THE PRESIDENT

President Barack Obama looks at a painting presented to him by artist Lois Curtis during 
their meeting in the Oval Office, June 20, 2011. Joining them are Janet Hill and Jessica Long, 
from the Georgia Department of Labor, and Lee Sanders of Briggs and Associates. 
(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) 
​                        Ref: http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/06/22/olmstead-champion-meets-president

"Walking Through a Person-Centered Plan"
Was Sponsored by the Georgia Microboards Association, the Georgia Advocacy Office and the 
Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities 
 Connie Lyle O'Brien, Responsive Systems Associates, Lithonia, Georgia
Peter Leidy, Options in Community Living, Madison, Wisconsin
Mary Kissel, Parent, Founder and former Director, Georgia Options, Athens, Georgia.
New Video: A Path to a Better Quality of Life
IAMC Illinois Association of Microboards and Cooperatives

The Georgia Microboards Association is funded in part by grants from the Division of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities 
and by the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities