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Brain and Spinal Cord
Trust Fund

The Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission enhances the lives of Georgians with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Guided by the aspirations of people with traumatic injuries, the Commission supports lives of meaning, independence and inclusion..  MORE... 

Vocational Rehabilitation
A state-supported program of services funded under Title I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that assists individuals with disabilities who are pursuing meaningful careers. VR assists those individuals to secure gainful employment commensurate with their abilities and capabilities. MORE... 

Benefit Navigator Program
A free and confidential service to aid individuals who receive SSI, SSDI or both and who are or may be considering working. They help you to better understand Federal and State work incentive programs when considering your vocational options.   

 

 
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Fram Again Award of Excellence Recipients»
Join us in congratulating Andy Carter, Cathy Walters and Dewayne Dales on receiving the Award of Excellence.   MORE...

Award of Excellence

New Workshops Just Added»
Are you a physical therapist or occupational therapist? We have some exciting workshop just for you!  MORE...

Visit our Fabrication Page »
Check out some of the fabrications our team has made to make tasks easier on the farm.  MORE...

Tractors 101 Page»
New to farming? Interested in tractor adaptations for people with limited mobility? Check out our Tractors 101 page.  MORE...

NEW UPDATE - The Farm & Garden Learning Station

Farm & Garden Learning Station

 

The Farm & Garden Learning Station is a unique garden and farm area that will be based at The University of Georgia in Tifton Georgia. In fact, it will be the only one like it in world!

The mission is to educate the public and professionals on small and large scale agricultural production:

  • Sustainable and organic gardening /farming practices
  • Small scale enterprises such as vegetable growing, beekeeping,
    growing mushrooms, and composting.
  • Health benefits associated with growing and eating healthy foods
  • Technologies that enable people of all abilities to garden and farm

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About Farm Again

 

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Dr. Glen Rains

Are health conditions or disabilities keeping you from farming? Farm Again can help! The program is a free service through the University of Georgia at the Athens and Tifton campuses. LEARN MORE

 

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Merritt UTV Ramp
Jack Merritt checks out his new UTV ramp -
He no longer has to open and close gates to
get in the pasture!

                       
Learn about the various projects
that are part of Farm Again:

  Agrability logo   
 AgrAbility

 go Organic
Go Organic

AgStart
AgStart