A circle of support is a group of committed friends, family, and allies who volunteer to support one person with a disability.​​​​​​ A microboard is a small person-centered organization incorporated with the Secretary of State which uses a Board of Directors model of governance to support one person with a disability.

For people with developmental disabilities and their active circle of support, who want to be more effective, the Georgia Microboards Association will provide tools so that the group thrives.

The Georgia Microboards Association provides ongoing support, training, coaching, encouragement, and advice to Microboards and Circles of Support throughout the state. This may include sample documents for microboards wishing to formally incorporate, person-centered planning tools such as PATH and MAPS, access to values-based trainings, opportunities to meet with other circles of support, and personalized coaching.
 
For more information about circles of support and microboards contact us at [email protected] or 678.614.6985. 



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