Jacob's Ladder is an SAIS-SACS accredited, SB-10 approved private school, serving students Pre-K through twelfth grade with any kind of neurological disorder - from Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Brain Injury to a range of learning disabilities and genetic disorders - although 60% of our students have been diagnosed with Autism. We offer adult services for stroke patients, and we also offer the Jacob's Ladder Model of Intervention in our Therapy Center on an hourly basis.
Grounded in science, guided by love, and delivered with an unwavering commitment to see beyond diagnoses, our intensive, individualized, research-based approach works.
Jacob's Ladder students regularly reach milestones once thought impossible. On a daily basis, we see nonverbal children grasp language, autistic children establish eye contact, and children who have struggled to learn take steps toward academic achievement.
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The tax credit cap for the 2013 calendar year was reached on May 9th, 2013. The Georgia Department of Revenue will begin accepting applications for 2014 tax credits beginning January 1, 2014.
Any individual, married couple, and business that pays Georgia Income Tax can participate in this program. Individuals can contribute up to $1,000, married couples can contribute up to $2,500, and businesses such as C-Corps, S-Corps, LLCs and Partnerships can contribute up to 75% of their tax liability! Those interested in participating can visit the GASSO One-Step Process page to learn more. Simply, they would complete the “Pre-Approval Form” and the “Donor Recommendation Form” and send a check to GASSO.
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50 for 35 Fundraiser
On November 23rd, just two days after her 35th birthday, Sara Jane Baldwin will run the historic JFK 50-miler! Support Sara and help raise $3,500 in honor of her late father and nephew. All proceeds will go to Jacob's Ladder to help kids with neurodevelopmental challenges.
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Since its founding in 1998, Jacob’s Ladder has enjoyed the support of our Board, faculty, staff, parents, the business community, and private foundations. Without our Partners, we could not have served the thousands of students and families we have served. We can’t begin to express our gratitude for their generosity and support.
Jacob’s Ladder not only helped my child
overcome obstacles never thought possible, they showed us that anything is possible.
Emily Montgomery, Mother