Hannah Carter, a Georgia State University graduate student from Canton, has received the Outstanding Rehabilitation Counseling Student Award from Georgia State University's College of Education and Human Development

The award was presented as part of the college's annual Honors Day celebration, and is given to a master's student in the rehabilitation counseling program in recognition of a strong commitment to the profession and advocating for people with disabilities.

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Yellowroselady

In our advocacy, this is a very important component since we have those on the autism spectrum or with intellectual disabilities who are required to register. Women Against Registry

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