Tomorrow, December 6th, our community will come together for a special 24-hour online giving event called GA Gives Day and we need YOU to join us! This is YOUR chance to make a real difference, right here in our community. Click HERE to make a donation directly to Jacob’s Ladder via GA Gives Day!
We had such a great time at the Buckhead Introduction Group’s Second Annual Sporting Clays Charity Event! We are so honored by their generous donation and look forward to working with them again in the future! The Buckhead introduction Group [BIG] is an Atlanta-based organization of influential businessmen who each work for highly respected, local and multinational businesses. The group strives to assist its fellow members and advisors with introductions to other influential business contacts, events or organizations that may benefit from their respective services. Thank you for your support BIG!
We had so much fun at the FOCUS on Fashion event on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at Conant Performing Arts Center at Oglethorpe University! We are so honored that our very own Oliver M. and Jacob N. were featured on the runway! It was wonderful to be a part of this incredible event and look forward to next year’s Fashion Show! For more information on FOCUS Programs, please visit FOCUS!
Amy O’Dell spoke to professionals, prospective clients, and employees at Jacob’s Ladder’s June 21st seminar. In her remarks, she described the importance of the nurturing relationship forged between each student and his or her teacher, comparing with findings of a HeartMath Study. She then talks about the miracle of living heart cells beating in unison. The beat of the heart resides in each cell and is controlled within the heart by a pacemaker. Individual heart cells in a petri dish will beat at their own rythm until they come into close proximity with another cell. They begin to beat in …Read More
Born at 24 weeks and diagnosed with hearing and vision loss and mild periventricular leukomalacia (PVL), three-year old Kameron began school at Jacob’s Ladder with communication challenges. While his hearing and vision had been corrected, his language was delayed. At three, he recognized about twenty words and could say, “go,” “eat,” “more,” and “yes.” We put Kameron on our intensive one-on-one curriculum, delivering interventions at specific frequencies, intensities, and durations crossing all four domains and building a strong foundation for learning receptive and expressive language skills. We began by working on vowel and consonant sounds and giving him verbal flooding, …Read More