The Community School

Category: Young Adults


An Outing to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust by Dave Nelson

This article written by our Executive Director, Dave Nelson, explores one of our independence group’s fun and enlightening journey to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust, a hidden Atlantan gem in Candler Park.

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Internship at Furkids

We invite you to please enjoy learning about our participants internship at Furkids and to look at some adorable pictures!

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Internship at Fernbank

A brief article, complete with a slideshow of great photos illustrating our participants’ innovative internship at The Fernbank Natural History Museum.

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Inside the Alliance Theatre’s Scene Shop

This article follows the journey of our participants into the Alliance Theatre’s Scene Shop and provides a photo essay of their on site job training with power tools.

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Election Anxiety

In this article our Executive Director, Dave Nelson, reflects on the effects of increasing political anxiety in regards to our participants and postulates strategies that caregivers and/or supporters of people of difference can respond with in nonpartisan, inclusive, and empathic ways.

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TCS Homemade Halloween Decorations

This blog post is a warming photo essay capturing the spirit of decorating TCS for Halloween!

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Independence Outing

In this blog post Tara Gilbert, the School Program Director of TCS, shares an enjoyable and enlightening field trip focused on strengthening independent living skills.

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Family Day 2016

This article shares a brief insight on one of TCS’s most enjoyable community experiences, Family Day!

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Cell Phone Hide-and-Seek!

The Community School’s Executive Director, Dave Nelson, narrates a firsthand experience showing the many educational and social-emotional benefits of cell phone hide-and-seek.

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Gamer’s Lunch!

In this post one of our interns and newest members of TCS talks about his experience having lunch with the participants.

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