258 Deaf Street Vendors / Exhibitors
Georgia Association of the Deaf
Established in 1910, the Georgia Association of the Deaf, Inc., ÒGADÓ, is the largest self-help consumer organization of persons with hearing loss in Georgia.
The main goal of GAD is to bring persons with hearing loss in Georgia together to advocate for equal rights.
GAD is governed by a Board, which is elected on a biennial basis. Its members support GAD and others interested in furthering GADÕs goals.
GAD is a State Association Affiliate of the National Association of the Deaf.