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We at Reinforcement Unlimited feel a commitment to giving back to our community.  Our commitment extends to providing access to our expertise and services both through our work and through volunteering in our community.  Dr. Robert Montgomery routinely volunteers his time for community service agencies to assist them in meeting the needs of the most disadvantaged and needy of the children in our community.  If you are interested in having Dr. Montgomery provide a brief presentation to your organization on any of the topics listed on our Workshops page or attend a meeting to answer questions please contact us.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation's "Advocacy in Education for Children with Special Needs" program, helps the families of special needs children determine whether a child is receiving that level of education.

Autism Society of American - Greater Georgia Chapter.  ASA-GGC is a leading voice and resource of the Georgia Autism Community in education, advocacy, services, information and referral, and support. ASA-GGC is committed to enabling meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.  ASA-GGC holds an "Autism 101" class quarterly to help parents of newly diagnosed children get oriented and a broad set of information about Autism.  Dr. Montgomery has participated in each workshop since the inception of this program, or been represented by our staff..

Cherokee Spectrum Support group is an Autism Spectrum parent support group in Cherokee County that initially met at our clinic when forming.  Dr. Montgomery has spoken to the group several times about issues related to diagnosis, assessment, and related topics in the past.

Autism Support Group of Cobb County is the successor to the Cobb County Autism/Asperger Support Group and meets at Mt. Bethel UMC.  Over the past 6 years Dr. Montgomery has repeatedly spoken to the group about assessment and diagnosis, behavior plans, developmental issues, and other topics.

The Georgia Advocacy Office (GAO) "is a private non-profit corporation. Its mission is to work with and for oppressed and vulnerable individuals in Georgia who are labeled as disabled or mentally ill to secure their protection and advocacy. GAO's work is mandated by Congress, and GAO has been designated by Georgia as the agency to implement Protection and Advocacy within the state."

The Georgia Bar Association's Young Lawyer Division has a committee that Advocates for Students with Disabilities.  "This committee was formed because many school districts are not providing the education required by the Americans With Disabilities Act. The committee recruits lawyers willing to represent these children in due process hearings and in court cases."  Craig Goodmark, Co-Chair.

Gwinnett Spectrum Autism Support Group.  Spectrum Autism Support Group (SPECTRUM) was established in the fall of 1998 for families, friends and teachers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) within Gwinnett County, Georgia and the surrounding areas. It is a parent operated group whose mission is to provide support, education and resources encompassing the entire spectrum of ASD for children and adults.  Dr. Montgomery has spoken repeatedly to the Spectrum Support group on a variety of topics.

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office conducts training several times a year for Deputies regarding mental health issues, crisis prevention and handling a crisis that may involve someone with a mental health issue, and invites community professionals to provide real-world information to the Deputies.  Dr. Montgomery has presented to the training classes several times to help support our local law enforcement officers in their difficult jobs.

The University of Georgia School of Law's Family Violence Clinic and Special Education Practicum provides Pro Bono legal support to families who can not afford an attorney to represent them in special education matters.  Dr. Montgomery has provided pro bono case consultation to the lawyers and law students on cases involving a variety of behavioral, educational, and psychological issues.

 

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