Special Needs Cobb Announces Expansion of Board of Directors

Left to right: Kristen Pewitt, Secretary; Angie Smith, Legal Counsel; Matt McManus; Pam Brems, Treasurer; Judge Adele Grubbs, Vice President; Seema Patel, David Ivey, Board President; Debbie Day, Chief Executive Officer, SNC; and Lisa Leiter. Not pictured are Kyle Thomas, Eula Moore, Anjel Burgess, Esq., and Kim Martin, Esq.  November 21, 2022MDJ: Link to article […]

Cobb Schools To Host Transition Resource Fair For Students With Disabilities

Patch: Link to article   Cobb Schools To Host Transition Resource Fair For Students With Disabilities The Cobb Schools Transition Resource Fair is scheduled for 5-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday inside the Osborne High School cafeteria. Although all are welcome, the Transition Resource Fair is tailored to students with disabilities, ages 14 and above, and their […]

Douceur de France Giant Chocolate Bunny contest

Douceur de France Giant Chocolate Bunny Contest Patch: Link to article Patrons can stop into Douceur de France between now and Friday, April 15, make a $5 donation, and guess the weight of a 26-inch-tall chocolate bunny. At the end of the contest, the person who guesses the closest to the actual weight wins the […]

Different is Dazzling Special Needs Fundraiser

Marietta, Ga. (Feb. 21, 2021) – Special Needs Cobb, a local non-profit that provides respite, residential and resources for special needs people and their families, will host its first annual “Different is Dazzling” fundraiser dinner on April 25, 2022, at the Piedmont Church Conference Center in Marietta.

Patch.com: Cobb Special Needs Non-profit Raises Nearly $45K

Special Needs Cobb, a local non-profit that provides respite, residential and resources for special needs people and their families, hosted its 23rd annual Golf Invitational fundraiser on Oct. 11, 2021, at Dogwood Golf Club in Austell, Ga. The organization raised nearly $45,000, a first-time record for them.

Cobb County’s Original Special Needs Nonprofit Gets a New Name

In 1956, a small group of Cobb County parents fought the prevailing system of the time of institutionalizing children with developmental disabilities, determined that they would not put their kids away. They became known as Right in the Community, a trailblazing organization in the Special Needs community that accomplished many “firsts” to meet the needs they saw. This year, the organization became Special Needs Cobb to reflect its commitment to providing Resources, Respite and Residential services for families right in the community.