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So Far Out Safari!

Written by Ben Davidow, our Marketing Manager, this blog post explores our participants private, behind the scenes tour of The Georgia Safari Conservation Park as they prepare to open their gates in 2020.

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Behind the Scenes of Hike Days at TCS

Written by one of our assistant counselors, Gini Hazen, this blog features a fantastic photo essay of scenes both indoors and outdoors at TCS.

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The Growing Trend of D&D at TCS

Let our very own Jimmy Holt be your guide as you enter into the world of D&D, social problem-solving and relationship building.

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The Ropes Course of Life

Please enjoy our latest post written by Kim Evans, our Associate Director of The Community Services Team, talking about our yearly staff retreat.

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A Visit to the Landtrust

This article written by Kim Evans, our Associate Director of The Community Team at TCS, is a wonderful photo essay depicting an essential part of our program – our weekly hikes!

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Math Affinities by Dave Nelson, Executive Administrative Director

On Monday mornings, I teach a class called Affinities Math, with help from our new Assistant Teacher, Jordan Spurlin. This is a class for a group of young adults who are focused on transitioning into the larger world. They don’t…

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Fernbank Volunteer Ceremony

TCS staff members, Zach Batson and Sarah Champ, joined one of our participants and his family in attending the Fernbank Museum of Natural History’s annual volunteer award ceremony on April 15th.

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Why You Need to Use Soap (a Germs Simulation Experiment)

This article explores one way in which our independence classes explore personal hygiene through experiential learning.

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A Participant’s Perspective on the Alliance Theatre’s Production of ‘The Jungle Book’

This article written by a TCS participant illuminates their unique perspective upon attending The Alliance Theatre’s production of ‘The Jungle Book’.

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Autism and the Arts

This article shares a personal reflection from one of our staff members, Tim Harland, about autism and the arts.

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