Category Archives: Websites

All About Developmental Disabilities: A Message from Rita Young, Dir. of Public Policy & Education

Re-posted from AADD (All About Developmental Disabilities) Read more at AADD Our Vision “We believe that people with developmental disabilities, and their families, are among the most challenged, excluded, and vulnerable people in society.  For many people we support, AADD … Continue reading

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Event Update from VSA Arts of Georgia

Reposted from VSA Arts’ Website by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator VSA (Vision, Strength, and Action) of Georgia states that their mission is to provide “access to the arts for people with disabilities and those with low income.  We are … Continue reading

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There’s No PR Like Good PR

by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator Yesterday afternoon, The Fight Against Destructive Spin published my guest blog post, entitled For Nonprofits, Social Media is the Message.  It discusses the role that social media like Twitter, Facebook, and blogs can play … Continue reading

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Future Feature: The Fight Against Destructive Spin

by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator In several earlier blogs, I’ve mentioned a site called The Fight Against Destructive Spin, the PR/marketing blog of Arment Dietrich, Inc. Arment Dietrich and their CEO, Gini Dietrich, are among today’s leaders in public … Continue reading

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It’s in the Squag™: Parents of Teens with Autism Take Note!

by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator DISCLAIMER: Georgia Community Support and Solutions is not affiliated with or funded by Squag.com, or Squag.org Inc.; the opinions expressed here are the views of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views … Continue reading

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Radio One 30th Anniversary Feature Up Now!

by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator As I announced in the Oct. 26th blog entry, “Congratulations Are in Order!”, Georgia Community Support and Solutions has been selected as one of 30 organizations recognized in October by Radio One Atlanta. As … Continue reading

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What and When is the Georgia Adult Autism Program Open House? (Answers Provided)

by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator If you read this blog regularly, you may have heard about GCSS’ Georgia Adult Autism Program.  But even if you don’t, you’re still welcome! The GAAP is hosting its Open House from 2-5 PM … Continue reading

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Are There Jobs for People with Disabilities? (A Look at the MENA Career Expo)

On Wednesday, October 6, people receiving services from GCSS’ EmployABILITY program, along with several employees, attended the 2010 MENA (Metropolitan Employment Networking Association) Disability-Diversity Resources/Career Expo at the AT&T Midtown 2 Building.

Among the organizations represented were the Georgia Department of Labor, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and DeKalb Workforce Development. Continue reading

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The Opinions of this Blogger Do Not Necessarily Reflect the Opinions of GCSS

Based on my previous entry, there’s one more thing I should clear up: I occasionally express personal opinions in this blog that are not representative of Georgia Community Support and Solutions as a whole. Continue reading

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Objection, Your Honor! Relevance? (A Reflection on the Blog and Social Media)

As you can see by the picture above, there are some out there who are cynical about blogging in general. While I’m not necessarily one of these people, I do see their point in some instances.

Recently, someone in our organization noted that a few of the blog entries I’d written seemed a bit “off topic.” While the critique wasn’t highly specific… Continue reading

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