When farm families and workers become ill or injured, man hours that are crucial to the operation of the farm are lost. This is when AgrAbility can help. We provide information and services that may make it possible to return to farming.
AgrAbility in Georgia is a free service and is part of a national program administered through the United States Department of Agriculture. The program focuses on promoting independence for members of the agricultural community who have disabilities.
The program in Georgia is managed by the University of Georgia's Cooperative Extension Service in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
AgrAbility is proud to partner with the Shepherd Center and the Arthritis Foundation Georgia Chapter in serving agricultural workers around the state.