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Horses For Heroes

Riding program for disabled veterans provided through Tri State Therapeutic Riding Center’s equine-assisted learning, recreation and therapies for individuals of all ages with physical, mental and emotional disabilities.   For details, contact Denise at Tri-State.Tri State Therapeutic Riding Center

Transition School

United Disability Services UDS“UDS Transition School helps high school students with a range of disabilities prepare for the future. We teach life skills that enable them to live more independently, better informed and with greater confidence in their abilities. The knowledge gained at the Transition School empowers these young adults to find competitive employment and become contributing members of the community. In a small group setting, students learn a wide variety of usable skills. The supportive environment enables them to discuss personal challenges and make social connections. One-on-one attention gives instructors the opportunity to concentrate on

One Story Ministries

OneStoryMinistries_Logo_Color_400x400Teaching All of God’s Word – Biblical Resources for Church, Home, and School

The philosophy of  One Story Ministries is that God’s Word is not just a collection of stories, it is the ONE story of redemption in Jesus Christ.  Covers the entire Bible, Genesis to Revelation, not just a few select stories.  Resources to raise up a generation of children who LEARN God’s Word, LOVE God’s Word, and begin to LIVE out God’s Word.

  • Children’s Sunday School Curriculum – Written for 52 Sundays a year for 7 years.  Presents all of all God’s Word to children.
  • Youth Sunday School Curriculum – 6 year youth curriculum applying God’s Word to life: Biblical Worldview Basics, Biblical Relationships, Survey of the Bible, and more.
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“Just” People, Inc.

“Just” People, Inc. is a private non-profit organization that provides support services to adults with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury and mental illness.  Based in Norcross, Georgia.

Services provided include:

  • Social services, programs, and activities
  • Job development and training
  • Transportation
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Camp Barnabas

Camp BarnabasCamp Barnabas is a unique ministry providing Christian camping experiences to people with special needs and to their siblings. The program exists to offer life-changing experiences to campers and to the people who serve them. Utilizing the camp venue, our organization provides ministry and social experiences that increase spiritual knowledge and increase human dignity to all who participate in the program.

To learn more about Camp Barnabas and how to participate as staff or campers, go to Camp Barnabas.

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Awana Regional Training Conference - Macland/Powder Springs

awana-clubs-logo-colorLifeLine will be training AWANA leadership on special needs ministry once again at sessions throughout the day at both AWANA Regional Training Conferences.  Topics to be covered have yet to be determined.  Check back for details.

Macland Baptist Church, 3732 Macland Road,  Powder Springs, GA

Contact Brian Crowe, Northwest Georgia Awana Missionary, for more details specific to the conference and to register for the conference.

This registration form is for volunteers to assist LifeLine staff in this training opportunity.

Price: Free Event

Date: August 15, 2015

Address:
Macland Baptist Church
Macland Baptist Church 3732 Macland Road
Powder Springs, Georgia
30127 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

North Georgia Autism Conference 2015

When: Friday August 21 from 9:00am to 1pm

Where: Rock Bridge Community Church, Stage 123, 123 W. Gordon Street Dalton, GA 30720

HOSTED BY THE CHATTANOOGA AUTISM CENTER

The demand for resources in North Georgia has always been high but we haven’t had parents or groups starting to form programs or meet to bring more supports to this region….until now! Volunteers at the CAC are collaborating  with David McGuffey and Melinda Byers to host this event in Dalton.

Sponsor: Elder Law Practice of David L. McGuffey

David McGuffey specializes in setting up Special Needs Trusts, Conservatorships, Medicaid Planning, and more.

Sponsor: Northwest Georgia Health Care Partnership

The Northwest Georgia Healthcare Partnership’s mission is to improve community health by identifying sustainable solutions to significant health issues via innovation, benchmarking and application of best practices.

Online Registration Ends Aug 15th:

Register online to get big savings. The registration fee doubles if you register the day of the conference at the event!

Audience:

The talks are geared towards parents of kids with autism, their caregivers, educators, and extended family. This conference is also intended to help families connect with each other, and work to create opportunities for more resources in their region.

Agenda:

8:30am – Check-in
9:00am – “Autism 101 and So Much More”  Karen Weigle, PhD & Alyce Benson, LCSW
10:25am – Break – time to visit exhibitors and connect with families
10:45am – “Autism Spectrum Disorders: Myths and Realities” I. Leslie Rubin, MD
noon – Break – Visit exhibitors and connect with families
12:10pm – Breakout workgroups for parents and advocates regarding building programs and a new clinic in North Georgia

Online Registration:  GO TO http://www.chattanoogaautismcenter.org/north-ga-autism-conference-2015/ TO REGISTER FOR THIS CONFERENCE AS AN ATTENDEE. 

LifeLine will be hosting a booth at this conference.  Please use this registration form if you would like to help with our booth at this event.

Price: Free Event

Date: August 21, 2015

Address:
Rockbridge Community Church
Rock Bridge Community Church, Stage 123, 123 W. Gordon Street
Dalton, GA
30720
USA Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 6