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Someone I know personally in the “disabled” community, who is nevertheless high-functioning, sometimes refers to herself as Danger Woman. I’ll decline to mention her real name here out of confidentiality, but if you search for “Danger Woman” on Google or any major search engine, chances are many results will appear. Continue reading
I don’t know if “collage” is the proper word, but it’s the best I could come up with. In the ongoing effort to think of a design theme for the Golden Goals Awards programs, I considered the idea of taking photos that would represent different types of achievements. Continue reading
As I felt the urge to write a blog entry this morning, I realized I had almost no idea what to blog about.
Therefore, I once again turned to one of my personal favorite blogs, The Fight Against Destructive Spin. Continue reading
In case you were wondering, the title is somewhat sarcastic; however, it originates from a poster for “The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards”…
Well once again, Georgia Community Support and Solutions will be hosting our “Golden Goals Awards,” honoring achievements of people with disabilities, this September. Continue reading
by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator
We at GCSS continuously strive to make improvements to our services. In turn, we are doing the same with our website.
Although we have received positive responses to the video on our front page, we may soon update it to reflect some of the recent changes in our programs…
We have been brainstorming about other “media ideas” as well… Continue reading
In regards to the company-wide e-mail sent out by Human Resources Director Valerie Henderson about dress code, I thought it worth addressing in the blog.
A few years ago, I also worked in a position similar to the one I have with GCSS…
I don’t mean to be a hypocrite, because there have been a few days when I’ve come in looking disheveled, and although I’m still technically an extern, I would never want to present GCSS in a negative light.