Since our founding in 1956 as a grassroots group of concerned parents, AADD continues to renew our commitment to remain one of Georgia’s premier providers. Through consistent and passionate leadership, we continue to provide needed services, broad-based education and effective advocacy for children, adults and families living with developmental disabilities.
Today, there is still so much work to be done. More than 6,700 Georgians with developmental disabilities continue to await help in relative silence. Now more than ever, our advocacy, education, support programs and direct services are of vital importance. On behalf of AADD’s Board and staff, we remain firmly committed to reaching those in need. With your help, we can create more success stories like those you’ll read in this report, and touch even more lives. Together, we can continue to fulfill our important mission of creating lifelong support, education and opportunities for children, adults and families living with developmental disabilities.