A microboard is a person-centered, non-profit entity formed by a small group of committed friends and family members who volunteer to help plan, develop and maintain the ongoing services necessary to support one person with a disability.​​​​​​

Using a unique planning tool called a PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope), the Georgia Microboards Association helps each microboard develop a person-centered plan to address the individual's support needs in their journey to full self-determination, freedom, responsibility and authority. The PATH represents the hopes and dreams of the person and becomes the mission and focus of the microboard. 

The Georgia Microboards Assiciation provides board training and technical advice, including sample documents, organizational charts and examples of what is required at each step of the microboard's incorporation and development.

For more information of scheduling a PATH or to learn more about microboards contact our Executive Director Ryan Johnson at [email protected]