Kids Night

Kids ages 0-12 of all abilities are invited to join us at Dahlonega Baptist Church on Friday, April 20th from 6-8pm for games, bounce houses and pizza!

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Star Wars Prom!

Teens and adults with disabilities and their friends are invited to our Star Wars Prom on May 5th from 6-9pm at 6140 Events! We cannot wait to party with you!

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Parent Group April 20th

Parents are invited to hang out and paint unique pottery pieces at Mug Me on the square in Dahlonega during Kids Night on April 20 from 6-8pm. ConnectAbility will cover $10 per person toward the cost.

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ConnectAbility 101 Information Session

If you are already a volunteer or are interested in volunteering, we invite you to join us for a mandatory 101 Information Session at the ConnectAbility office on May 1 from 6-7pm.

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Parent Group May 5

Parents are invited to hang out and paint during Star Wars Prom on May 5 from 6-9pm at Outside the Lines in Dawsonville. ConnectAbility will cover $10 per person toward the cost.

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April Newsletter

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What Does ConnectAbility Do?

ConnectAbility is creating communities where people of all abilities are valued, included and empowered.

We Serve Individuals

We strive to enrich the lives of children and adults with disabilities through educational enrichment programs which give individuals the opportunity to share their gifts and talents with their communities.

We Serve Families

ConnectAbility works with families and care providers to make wise and informed decisions and to equip all family members to understand and embrace his or her role.

We Serve Communities

We encourage and educate communities to be aware of the needs of families affected by disability and to unite to provide supports for all community members.

My Answer Should Have Been, “Not Yet”

My Answer Should Have Been, “Not Yet”

In the early years of ConnectAbility when people were asking about the origins of the organization, I was often asked if I had a family member with disabilities. My answer was always, “no”. But it should have been, “Not Yet.” Little I did know...

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