Nadira Shadeed and Joe Rouw/Pediatric Vision Development Center
The Pediatric Vision Development Center specializes in providing vision therapy and vision rehabilitation services to patients of all ages. Their vision therapy services improve visual skills for kids struggling in school and gives them the visual tools needed to help them improve academically. Their vision rehabilitation services help people with vision problems following a brain injury (including concussions) to regain visual abilities and improve visual comfort so they can better function when returning to work or school.
Sarah Weikert/Hemophilia of Georgia
Since 1973, Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG) has operated as a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing services and support for Georgians who have hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. Their mission is to enable people affected by bleeding disorders to live productive lives. The only agency of its kind in the state, Hemophilia of Georgia works to enhance client’s care and quality of life.
Led by a volunteer board of directors, Hemophilia of Georgia is dedicated to its mission. Hemophilia of Georgia’s nonprofit pharmacy provides convenient home delivery of clotting factor and other medication at competitive prices. In addition to our accredited pharmacies, Hemophilia of Georgia provides home infusion training, education, and outreach services. They know it takes more than medicine to support the bleeding disorder community.