Lekotek of Georgia: A center that uses technology, adapted toys, and accessible play to provide programs to children with a broad range of disabilities. Lekotek offers play sessions, computer learning, a computer summer camp, musical play, summer camps, support groups, and many other opportunities for these children. Located in Atlanta.
Lynndale, Inc.: An organization that provides recreational opportunities for adults with disabilities, some of which include exercise classes, a Valentine’s dance, choir, etc. Located in Augusta.
The George Center: A music therapy non-profit that offers a broad range of music therapy programs, including neurologic music therapy, individual and group therapies, adaptive music lessons, music summer camp programs, and others. Located in Roswell.
Small Steps Music, LLC: Music therapy programs for children, teens, and adults. They also offer summer camps. Located in Fairburn.
Therabeat, Inc.: A music center that provides individual and group music therapy, as well as adaptive lessons. Located in Woodstock.
InCommunity: InCommunity promotes the abilities of individuals with disabilities. They have been consistently posting live concerts, wheelchair yoga classes, music classes, storytimes, and other activities geared towards people with disabilities on their Facebook page.
The George Center: The George Center is a music therapy center in Roswell. They are offering virtual and telehealth music classes and music therapy sessions. They are also hosting the virtual International Neurologic Music Therapy Training Institute in June. All of this can be found on their Facebook page.
Please note that some of these resources may be undergoing changes due to the COVID-19 crisis. Please be sure to check their website for further details.
We hope you find this guide to be of use! Please note that we have not personally verified the quality of services provided by each of these organizations; much of the information comes from internet searches. When considering resources for yourself or a loved one, we recommend that you conduct your own research.
If you have a favorite organization that benefits people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, please reach out and let us know! We are always learning about more resources, and will continue to update this guide with new information.