The Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) has provided training and technical assistance to more than 100 schools, service programs and advocacy organizations across Georgia on best practices for serving people with disabilities and their families.
- CLD offered community education opportunities to more than 5,000 people with developmental disabilities, family members, service providers, educators and professionals.
- CLD is working with seven universities across Georgia to give students with intellectual disabilities the chance to be part of college life.
- CLD is an expert evaluator for Georgia state agency initiatives in early intervention for children with autism, positive behavior supports, mental health screening, and employment for youth and young adults across the state.
- CLD’s nationally recognized program trains representatives from disability serving programs across the county.
- Trained 130+ graduate students in the LEND Students (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) who upon graduation acquired university, federal, state and community agency positions
- Provided Youth Mental Health First Aid Training to more than 2,300 educators and community personnel in 2017.