“A lot of transgender Georgians are, when they seek healthcare they are getting medically and culturally incompetent care,” said Laura Colbert, a cisgender woman and executive director at Georgians for…
Blog (October 2011)
Guest Blog By Pat Nobbie
The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) is currently traveling the state to speak with families about their experiences. In a guest post, GCDD Deputy Director Pat Nobbie shares her thoughts with us.
The Unlock the Doors to Real Communities: 2011 Listening Tour has been making its way across the state of Georgia since late September and will have three more stops: Gainesville, Summerville and Athens on October 28th. Many wonderful people have welcomed us into their communities. They have shared their experiences, what they care about, the challenges they are struggling with and how they want to make an impact. We have discussed effective ways to advocate for change and how to get involved during the legislative session. And, we gathered to enjoy each other over delicious pot-luck dinners!
Take a moment to hear some of the thoughts of the Georgians we met and what we have learned along the way. Use the links below to read our impressions: