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Open Your World Book Club


In partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library, we are offering FOUR literacy opportunities for readers and aspiring readers with intellectual and developmental disabilities, at different times for your convenience!  Participants may choose to attend more than one session as different books will be offered at each one.


Meeting once a week in 6-8 week sessions,  each Book Club selects a chapter book that is appropriate for teens and adults but written with considerate text (words that are easier to understand, larger spacing between lines, etc.)

Register at the Gwinnett County Public Library website. 


No Charge

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Your Best Life: Life Skills Classes


These classes for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities meet on Zoom in partnership with the Gwinnett County Public Library. Family members or caregivers are encouraged to attend so that skills can be practiced at home, but this is not required. Health, money, relationships, safety, problem-solving,   and  more.  Meet new friends and learn to be more independent!               


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No Charge

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Individual Communication and Assistive Technology Consultations


Members of our team can meet with individuals and their families in an informal setting to explore options for use of Assistive Technology to help the individual with communication, school, work, and play.


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Charges may apply

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Parent and Family Information


The Dunamis Educational Foundation  provides trainings on timely topics for parents, family members, and support team members. These events focus on transition and planning for the future, government benefits, financial and legal instruments, and more. Check for topics and times on our home page under NEWS.


No Charge

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Person-centered Planning and Transition


Transition is a time that is crucial for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Fostering self-determination and a path into adult life can be hard work and you may have lots of questions and decisions to make.  We can help provide personal support during this process, especially in helping to form good goals for transition while still in school or providing an individual person-centered planning session known as a PATH.

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Charges may apply

Special Studies in God's Word

A chronological study of the Bible will be available via Zoom for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, modified so that all members of our group can understand the stories as well as the concepts. This study meets each week.  Thursday evening at 7:00 pm.  All needed materials will be provided.

We hope to be helpful to faith communities that desire to better include individuals with disabilities.  Contact us for more information.

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