SBAG encourages parents to visit the camp facilities or call the facilities before deciding on a particular camp
Camp Krazy Legs - www.choa.org/campkrazylegs
Camp Dream - www.campdreamga.org
Atlanta Parent List of Special Need Camps - www.atlantaparent.com/article/detail/special_needs_camps
FOCUS (families of Children Under Stress): When a child is diagnosed with a lifelong disability FOCUS offers comfort, information, and programs for the child and other family members. FOCUS reaches over 2,500 families in metro Atlanta and surrounding counties. www.focus-ga.org
Parent to Parent of Georgia, Inc.: Looking for information on one-on-one parent peer support groups? Parent to Parent of Georgia supports multiple aspects of raising a special needs child. www.parenttoparentofga.org
Adaptive Tennis : Free lessons at Blackburn Tennis Center in Atlanta provided by Ron Walker. Call 770.998.2296
Shepherd Center (Gym):Shepherd Gym
Download the Shepherd Gym application here.
: Chastain Horse Park is a premiere equestrian facility, dedicated to serving riders with disabilities though Therapeutic Riding Programs.
Horseback Riding : Little Creek Farm Conservancy promote the stewardship of Little Creek Farm for equine activities, including educational, environmental and recreational programs for the general public. http://www.littlecreekfarmconservancy.org/LCFC/Home.html
SpinaBifidaCentral: Focus on supporting both parents and adults.
SBParents: This forum supports parents more than adults living with spina bifida.
adult_females_with_spina_bifida: Discussions center around womens' issues and having a disability.
*there are other groups you can locate by searching "yahoo groups spina bifida"
Center for Assistive Technology & Environmental Access: This resource uses technology to help people with disabilities live, learn, play and work. This organization supports research, educational programs, and design and development of devices. Website: www.catea.org
Georgia Project for Assistive Technology, Inc. : Organization provides services, training on devices, and resources to parents, teachers, and school staff. Website: www.gpat.org
Georgia Tools for Life: Assists individuals with disabilities in obtaining devices and services needed to live in the community of their choice. Website: http://www.gatfl.org/
SBAG Supply Closet: Resource for free equipment to any person living with Spina Bifida. SBAG Supply Closet
Atlanta Alliance on Developmental Disabilities : Services include support for job and recreation programs as well as prevention, public policy, education and training. Website: www.aadd.org
Family Voices: Information and education concerning the health care of special needs children. www.familyvoices.org/st/georgia.html
Georgia Advocacy Office: Advocates for individual rights, assistive devices, and other assistance for people with developmental disabilities and mental challanges. Website: www.thegao.org
The Arc of Georgia: Covers legislative issues that affect people with developmental disabilities. Website: www.arcga.org
Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities in Georgia: State planning council in charge of public policy research, analysis and reform. www.gcdd.org
NCPAD: This organization encourages persons with disabilities to participate in regular physical activity to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent secondary conditions. www.ncpad.org
National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities Provides FREE materials on folic acid for individuals, state campaigns, and health professionals. www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/folicacid
Children's Hospital of Atlanta (CHOA) Spina Bifida Clinic: Spina Bifida clinic is attended by neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, urologists, orthopaedic specialists, physical therapists, social workers, and orthotic specialists. Phone: 404.785.2490 Website: www.choa.org/default.aspx?id=1014
Medical College of Georgia Myelomeningocele & Related Disorders Team
: Pediatric Neurosurgery Group for Augusta, GA.
Phone: 706.721.3071 Website:
Shriners Hospitals for Children: Greenville Phone: 864.271.3444 Website: www.shrinershq.org/Hospitals/Greenville
Emory Healthcare & Emory University Clinic: www.emoryhealthcare.org
Emory Orthopaedic and Spine Center : Phone: 404.778.7000
Emory Spine Center : Phone 404.778.3350
Emory Orthopedics: www.emoryhealthcare.org
The Marcus Institute: Phone 404.419.4000 / Website: www.marcus.org
Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation: (Warm Springs, GA) Phone 706.655.5000 / Website: www.rooseveltrehab.org
Shepherd Center: Phone: 404.352.2020 / Website: www.shepherd.org
**There is no Adult Clinic in Atlanta