Elm Street Cultural Arts Village: A theater and arts program that offers sensory programs and sensory showings for children and adults with sensory needs. Located in Woodstock.
Georgia Artists with DisAbilities, Inc.: A center that provides artistic awards, displays, and events for artists with disabilities to promote their work. Located in Covington.
Jerry’s Habima Theater: A Georgia professional theater company that features actors with disabilities. Located in Dunwoody.
InCommunity: A non-profit that provides day programs and helps give opportunities for people in the community with disabilities to attend art program, performances, and special events. Locations in Roswell and Atlanta.
Social Skills Today: Social skills programs for youth and adults with certain disabilities. They offer summer and school-break camps, overnight camps, and a drama club. Located in Gwinnett, Roswell, and Cumming.
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.