When your child is dealing with a serious condition such as Erb’s palsy or cerebral palsy, it’s important to seek out any available resources that may be available to help your family. Fortunately, Georgia is home to some fantastic health care services and support groups for children with disabilities and serious health conditions. 

Here are 5 palsy resources in Georgia you may want to check out: 
  • United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia, Inc. (3300 Northeast Expressway, Building #9, Atlanta, 1-770-676-2000); 
  • IDEA (Special Education) from the Georgia Department of Education (205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE, Atlanta, 1-404-656-3963); 
  • FOCUS (3825 Presidential Parkway, Suite 103, Atlanta, 1-770-234-9111); 
  • All in One Advocacy and Resource Center (2987 Clairmont Road, Suite 150, Atlanta, 1-770-256-2988); and 
  • Parent to Parent of Georgia (3805 Presidential Parkway, Suite 207, Atlanta, 1-770-451-5484). 
As a caregiver and a parent, it’s important to seek out the emotional support you need, too. Just knowing that you’ve got a place to turn and that there are other families out there dealing with issues similar to yours can reduce your anxiety and help you feel less isolated. When you need legal counsel to show proof medical malpractice when filing a Georgia birth injury claim, seek legal counsel.

Contacting a Carroll County Lawyer

Make use of Georgia’s resources for parents of children with Erb’s palsy, cerebral palsy, and other disabilities. As the parent of a victim of a preventable medical mistake in Georgia, you have rights that the insurance companies cannot ignore. While they have a team of lawyers working on their side, shouldn’t you have experienced legal representation fighting for your best interests? Before accepting any settlement offer, contact the Law Offices of Jason Schultz to schedule a FREE consultation on your case – 1-404-474-0804.
Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.
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