Hands-Free Law and Others Taking Effect July 1

The legislative session is over and done, and all that’s left to do is obey the new laws, most of which take effect July 1.

Funding Continued Needs of People with Brain and Spinal Injuries

When someone faces a brain or spinal injury, they often need more support than the initial hospital costs. The Georgia Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund sets out to meet these continued needs.

Transportation Options for the Elderly

Driving can be a huge burden for us as we grow older - it can be stressful and cause fear. Find out about safe and reliable transportation options available for the elderly around the state.

Everything You Need to Know About Deer Hunting in Georgia

Firearm deer hunting season starts this Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. Learn the laws and restrictions of hunting deer in Georgia.

Making Home Modifications for People With Disabilities

Making home modifications can make life easier for those who have a disability. 

Getting Mental Health Help

Find out how the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities can help you find mental health services.

Selecting a Long Term Care Facility

The Department of Community Health offers GaMap2Care to help you find personal care homes, nursing homes and assisted living facilities near you.

Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency Launches New Website

Focused on helping workers with disabilities find jobs and grow more independent, the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency last week launched its new website.

Senate Adopts Alzheimer’s Response Plan

Alzheimer’s prevention and awareness is a critical issue facing Georgia’s rapidly-expanding aging population.