A Leader in Georgia
Since our founding in 1956 as a grassroots group of concerned parents, AADD has been on the forefront of issues facing those with developmental disabilities. Today, there is still much work to be done. Now more than ever, our advocacy is of vital importance. With your help, we can broaden our advocacy efforts and touch even more lives.
Make your Voice Heard
You can help us advocate to change the social stigma and increase supports for individuals living with developmental disabilities. We are always seeking to strengthen our number of advocates across the state so we can better affect policy change. We regularly send out action alerts, host people at the Capitol, and have policy strategy calls to determine what we can do to make a difference.