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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
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
While Georgia Community Support and Solutions is not a religiously-affiliated organization, and I don’t want to present it as such, I thought it relevant to share a gift that was given to me by someone who visited our office today. Continue reading
In regards to yesterday’s blog entry…I want to stress that my idea about using the “chatterbots” to work with people who have disabilities was only a thought on my part, and does not represent the opinions of GCSS as a whole.
I admit that I’m not an expert on autism, and although I’ve met quite a few individuals with varying forms of the illness, this does not mean that I have the training to develop a computer program for them.
by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator
Recently, while staying at a Doubletree Hotel, I had the wonderful opportunity to see an HBO film about autism, entitled Temple Grandin. Continue reading
Thanks to Concept Hub, Inc. for the majority of the education!
Part of my job as Community Events Coordinator, as well as my ongoing education in social media, is creating a “content calendar.”
The content calendar formulates an excellent system for communicating…
At GCSS, we are still in the process of tweaking our content calendar… Continue reading