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SC State Government Disability Programs

  • Apply for Disabled or Handicapped Placards, Tags, License Plates
    Learn how to apply for disability placards and plates with the SC Department of Motor Vehicles.

  • BabyNet
    BabyNet is South Carolina's inter-agency, early intervention system for infants and toddlers under three years of age with developmental delays, or who have conditions associated with developmental delays.

    BabyNet: Team for Early Childhood Solutions - Columbia - USC School of Medicine
    TECS is contracted by BabyNet to manage the comprehensive system of personnel development and to provide training and technical assistance to the early intervention system.

  • Center for Disability Resources
    Based at Columbia's USC School of Medicine, the center functions as a bridge to connect the knowledge, expertise and resources of the university to persons with disabilities and the service delivery systems of the community.

    Center for Disability Resources: CDR Library
    The CDR Library consists of books, videos, brochures, and audiotapes covering a variety of disability-related topics. The Center for Disability Resources Library is within the University of South Carolina's School of Medicine Library.

  • SC Access
    SC Access is a guide to available resources for older adults, people with disabilities, their family members and caregivers in South Carolina. It is a program of the Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging.

  • South Carolina Assistive Technology Program
    The SCATP is a federally-funded program concerned with getting technology into the hands of people with disabilities so that they might live, work, learn, and be a more independent part of the community.

  • South Carolina Brain Injury Leadership Council
    The statewide advisory council for brain injury and has been designated to provide statewide coordination in promoting support services to persons with brain injuries, their families, and caregivers, and to identify emerging issues and innovations, foster education and advocacy, and build consensus to support necessary policies and programs.

  • South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs
    SCDDSN is the state agency that plans, develops, oversees and funds services for South Carolinians with severe, lifelong disabilities of intellectual disability, autism, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury and conditions related to each of these four disabilities.

  • South Carolina Developmental Disabilities Council
    The Council engages in activities that contribute to a coordinated, consumer- and family-centered and directed, comprehensive system that includes needed community services, individualized support, and other forms of assistance that promote self-determination for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

  • South Carolina Equipment Distribution Program
    State program provides no cost phone equipment for South Carolina residents who are hard of hearing, deaf, deaf-blind, blind/low vision with hearing loss, or speech impaired.

  • South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind
    Located in Spartanburg, this is the state's only specialized school for students who are deaf or blind. Its programs assist youth from birth through high school and beyond.

    South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind: Cedar Springs Academy
    Cedar Springs Academy in Spartanburg serves South Carolina students ages 3-21 with a vision or hearing disability and at least one other physical or mental disability.

  • South Carolina Talking Book Services
    This program of the South Carolina State Library provides library services to blind, visually impaired, and physically handicapped residents of South Carolina.

  • South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department
    Voc Rehab prepares and assists eligible South Carolinians with disabilities to achieve and maintain competitive employment.

SC Statewide & Regional Disability Resources

  • Able South Carolina
    This organization is helping people with disabilities live independently in the Midlands and the Upstate.

  • Adaptive Expeditions
    A Charleston-based non-profit organization which uses sport and recreation to offer critical health and wellness programs to individuals with physical and sensory disabilities.

  • ALS Association South Carolina Chapter
    State chapter of national organization, with main office in Columbia, which is helping people and their families live with ALS while researching for a cure.

  • Arc of South Carolina
    This Cayce-based organization is working to improve lives of people with intellectual and other developmental disorders across the state.

  • Beginnings SC
    West Columbia-based organization works with parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, deaf and hard of hearing parents, and the professionals that work with these families all across South Carolina.

  • Brain Injury Alliance of South Carolina
    A Columbia nonprofit organization which was developed by persons with brain injury, their families, and concerned professionals in an effort to provide information and support to all who have experienced brain injury.

  • Brain Injury Navigator
    Website designed to make finding existing resources and support materials easier for students returning to school after a brain injury.

  • Canines for Service
    Although based in North Carolina, this organization trains service dogs to aid those with military and mobility disabilities in South Carolina.

  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - SC Chapter
    The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with the disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives by funding research and drug development.

  • Disabled American Veterans, Department of South Carolina
    West Columbia-based membership organization which assists veterans to be able to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

  • DixieLand Guide Dog Users
    This Charleston area group provides education for the sighted community and peer mentoring with advocacy for the blindness community in South Carolina including guide dog, cane, and sighted guide.

  • Easter Seals South Carolina
    State chapter, with office in Columbia, of national organization helping disabled children have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.

  • Family Connection
    Family Connection of South Carolina, based out of Columbia, is a statewide nonprofit organization that connects families of children with special healthcare needs or disabilities with helpful resources, support and education.

  • National Federation of the Blind of South Carolina
    This organization is dedicated to services and programs that are designed to improve the economic, social and spiritual lives of blind South Carolinians.
    Local chapters' contact information

  • Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services
    Program based in Columbia that is training service animals to aid those that are physically disabled, children with autism, and soldiers with PTSD.

  • Parents Reaching Out to Parents
    PRO-Parents, in Columbia, is a private, non-profit organization which provides information and training about education to families of children with all types of disabilities.

  • Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities
    With four offices across the state, this organization will provide you with information and resources that will better equip you for self-advocacy.

  • South Carolina Association of the Deaf
    Promoting equal treatment toward deaf and hard of hearing citizens in education, employment, legislation, healthcare, and other fields pertaining to the deaf and hard of hearing citizens of South Carolina is the goal of this West Columbia-based organization.
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  • South Carolina Autism Society
    The South Carolina Autism Society provides assistance, education, services, and resources to improve the lives of individuals of all ages affected by autism and is based in West Columbia.

  • South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association
    Columbia-based organization is helping South Carolinians adjust to and live with spinal cord injury.

  • Southeast ADA Center
    Information, training and guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Special Olympics of South Carolina
    The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship. The main South Carolina office is in Irmo.

  • United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina
    UCP of South Carolina, based in West Columbia, has grown into a comprehensive service organization offering services and supports for individuals living with a variety of developmental disabilities.

Abbeville SC Disability Resources

Aiken SC Disability Resources

  • Aiken County Board of Disabilities
    Provides coordinates community services in Aiken County for individuals with autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and mental retardation, to maximize independence, safeguard and support human rights and dignity, and achieve community inclusion.

  • Diann Shaddox Foundation
    Private organization which helps those struggling with essential tremor and neurological conditions.

  • Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 43
    Membership organization which assists veterans to be able to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

  • Great Oak Aiken Therapeutic Riding Center
    Providing equine assisted activities that promote the physical, emotional and psychological health of individuals with special needs.

  • The RECing Crew
    A special leisure and recreation association in North Augusta providing programs for individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities.

  • Tri-Development Center of Aiken County
    A private, non-profit corporation serving children and adults with autism, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, mental retardation, and related disabilities.

Anderson SC Disability Resources

  • Developmental Center for Exceptional Children
    A preschool in Anderson that serves children with special needs and disabilities in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties.

  • Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 40
    Membership organization which assists veterans to be able to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

  • SC Upstate Aging & Disability Resource Center
    The Appalachian Council of Governments' program providing information and assistance to older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers serving Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg counties.

  • Touch the Future
    This program uses technology to create accessible, inclusive and environmentally sustainable communities that increases opportunities for independence, health and improved quality of life for individuals who are disabled, seniors, disabled Veterans, or from disadvantaged communities.

Beaufort SC Disability Resources

  • Heroes on Horseback
    Heroes on Horseback in Bluffton offers three major categories of equine assisted activities - mounted equine assisted therapy, therapeutic sport riding, and unmounted equine assisted learning & vocational training.

Camden SC Disability Resources

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Charleston SC Disability Resources

  • Association for the Blind
    An organization supporting children and adults living with blindness and visual impairment.

  • Beautiful Gate Center
    ABA developmental learning center, located in Mount Pleasant, for children and youth with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.

  • Charleston Area Theraputic Riding
    Johns Island's CATR provides therapeutic riding and other equine assisted activities and therapies to children and adults with disabilities as well as wounded military veterans.

  • Charleston Miracle League
    A community supported baseball league making memories by providing a life-changing experience for children and adults with mental and physical challenges.

  • Disabled American Veterans, Rod G Patterson Chapter 77
    Membership organization which assists veterans to be able to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

  • Disabilities Board of Charleston County
    The board, with main office in Charleston, contracts with the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to provide services and support to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and Colleton counties.

  • Family Resource Center for Disabilities and Special Needs
    The FRC in Charleston provides information services throughout the Lowcountry to promote opportunities for learning, inclusion, and empowerment for individuals with disabilities and special needs through such means as education, advocacy, and outreach.

  • For the Exceptional
    This organization strives to provide interactive social outlets to young adults with disabilities, while providing parents and our communities with information, support, and services.

  • LifeManagement Center
    Helping children, adolescents, and adults identify and overcome a wide variety of learning challenges which include learning disabilities, social/behavioral difficulties, ADHD, and dyslexia at centers in Charleston and Mount Pleasant.

  • Lowcountry Autism Consortium
    Supports the Charleston-area autism community by bridging the gap between individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and high quality, regionally-based services.

  • Pattison's DREAM Academy
    Pattison's DREAM Academy in Mount Pleasant will improve the quality of life for children with multiple disabilities by providing comprehensive education and rehabilitation programs.

  • Rein & Shine
    At Rein and Shine in Mount Pleasant, the mission is to create and sustain an equine therapy facility where people with disabilities of all kinds can learn, grow and heal.

  • Trident Academy
    5K-12 school in Mount Pleasant for cognitively capable children diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculi, ADHD, or Asperger-like attributes.

  • Trident Area Agency on Aging
    This North Charleston-based agency provides a wide-range of programs and information including home delivered meals, home care services, group dining, transportation to programs, health promotion activities, and legal services for adults with disabilities and their caregivers in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties.

Chesterfield SC Disability Resources

Clemson SC Disability Resources

Columbia SC Disability Resources

  • Arc of the Midlands
    This Lexington organization advocates for and serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Camp Discovery
    A facility located in Blythewood that provides learning experiences in nature to engage and inspire abused and special needs children.

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

  • Harbison Area Wheels Transit
    A volunteer organization with the purpose of supplying much needed transportation to senior and physically and mentally disabled Columbia area residents for doctor appointments and places of business.

  • Palmetto Power Soccer Foundation
    Power wheelchair soccer for all ages and all genders in the Columbia area.

  • Richland/Lexington Disabilities and Special Needs Board
    Columbia agency offering several services including early intervention, case management, and residential programs for those with autism and head and spinal cord injuries.

  • The Therapy Place
    A non-profit pediatric center in Forest Acres providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy for children.

Dillon SC Disability Resources

Edgefield SC Disability Resources

Florence SC Disability Resources

  • Caring and Sharing
    This organization operates a food bank in Hemmingway and offers financial assistance for disabled persons and the elderly in the counties of Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry, southern Florence, and southern Marion.

  • Florence County Disabilities and Special Needs Board
    FCDSNB provides opportunities for flexibility, personal choice and independence for people with disabilities and special needs.

  • Pee Dee Speech & Hearing Center
    A non-profit center in Florence providing a wide array of speech-language and audiology services.

Gaffney SC Disability Resources

  • SC Upstate Aging & Disability Resource Center
    The Appalachian Council of Governments' program providing information and assistance to older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers serving Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg counties.

Georgetown SC Disability Resources

  • Caring and Sharing
    This organization operates a food bank in Hemmingway and offers financial assistance for disabled persons and the elderly in the counties of Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry, southern Florence, and southern Marion.

Greenville SC Disability Resources

  • Advanced Institute for Development and Learning
    This center in Greenville provides pediatric speech and feeding services for children with special needs as well as education and support programs for families.

  • Center for Developmental Services
    The CDS is a place where families can find multiple community services in one location for children and individuals with delays and disabilities.

  • Clarity
    Non-profit agency in Greenville which provides speech & language, learning & psychology, hearing & audiology assessment and treatment.

  • Down Syndrome Family Alliance of Greenville
    This non-profit parent and volunteer-driven organization works to enrich the lives of people touched by Down syndrome.

  • Hidden Treasure School
    School in Taylor serves students with mental, physical, emotional, developmental and learning disabilities from grades K5-12.

  • Meyer Center
    Preschool in Greenville offeing quality early childhood education and combine it with essential therapies including speech, physical, and occupational.

  • Project HOPE Foundation
    Project Hope serve individuals of all ages across the autism spectrum, from those most severely impacted to those with Asperger's Syndrome. The foundation provides a wide range of services – family support, ABA therapy, education, training, social groups, and adult programs.

  • SC Upstate Aging & Disability Resource Center
    The Appalachian Council of Governments' program providing information and assistance to older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers serving Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg counties.

  • Surgeons for Sight
    The mission of this Greenville-based Christian non-profit is to help disadvantaged people, both in South Carolina and abroad, have access to eye care including exams, eyeglasses, and surgery

  • Thrive Upstate
    Based in Greenville, this organization is providing all people with disabilities and special needs with meaningful services, opportunities, and support, so they may thrive in life, work and play.

  • Vested Partners
    Vested Partners in Greenville has three divisions – dogs for autism, dogs for disabled, and hope unleashed, all dedicated to enriching lives and increasing independence of people with disabilities.

Greenwood SC Disability Resources

  • Burton Center for Disabilities and Special Needs
    Agency with Greeenwood County offices in Greenwood and Ware Shoals is providing free services to individuals and their families who have disabilities and special needs in Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Lexington, McCormick, and Saluda counties.

Hilton Head SC Disability Resources

  • Heroes on Horseback
    Heroes on Horseback in Bluffton offers three major categories of equine assisted activities - mounted equine assisted therapy, therapeutic sport riding, and unmounted equine assisted learning & vocational training.

Kingstree SC Disability Resources

  • AccessAbility
    Federally funded, non-residential, not-for-profit organization based in North Charleston is providing skills and support for independent living and the full integration of people with disabilities in their communities.

  • Caring and Sharing
    This organization operates a food bank in Hemmingway and offers financial assistance for disabled persons and the elderly in the counties of Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry, southern Florence, and southern Marion.

Laurens SC Disability Resources

Lexington SC Disability Resources

  • Arc of the Midlands
    This agency located in Lexington advocates for and serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

  • Babcock Center
    A residential facility in West Columbia for men and women with mental and physical handicaps.

  • Burton Center for Disabilities and Special Needs - West Columbia
    Agency with Lexington County office in West Columbia is providing free services to individuals and their families who have disabilities and special needs in Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Lexington, McCormick, and Saluda counties.

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

  • Harbison Area Wheels Transit
    A volunteer organization with the purpose of supplying much needed transportation to senior and physically and mentally disabled Columbia area residents for doctor appointments and places of business.

  • Palmetto Power Soccer Foundation
    Power wheelchair soccer for all ages and all genders in the Columbia area.

  • Richland/Lexington Disabilities and Special Needs Board
    Columbia agency offers several services including early intervention, case management, and residential programs for those with autism and head and spinal cord injuries.

Marion SC Disability Resources

  • Caring and Sharing
    This organization operates a food bank in Hemmingway and offers financial assistance for disabled persons and the elderly in the counties of Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry, southern Florence, and southern Marion.

  • Marion-Dillon County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs
    Since 1974, this agency, with offices in Dillon and Marion, has provided services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries and other related disabilities.

McCormick SC Disability Resources

Moncks Corner SC Disability Resources

  • AccessAbility
    Federally funded, non-residential, not-for-profit organization in North Charleston providing skills and support for independent living and the full integration of people with disabilities in their communities.

  • Berkeley Citizens
    Serving people with intellectual developmental disabilities and autism in Berkeley County since 1980 with office in Moncks Corner.

  • Disabilities Board of Charleston County
    The board, with main office in Charleston, contracts with the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to provide services and support to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and Colleton counties.

  • Family Resource Center for Disabilities and Special Needs
    The FRC in Charleston provides information services throughout the Lowcountry to promote opportunities for learning, inclusion, and empowerment for individuals with disabilities and special needs through such means as education, advocacy, and outreach.

  • Lowcountry Autism Consortium
    Supports the Charleston-area autism community by bridging the gap between individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and high quality, regionally-based services.

  • Trident Area Agency on Aging
    This North Charleston-based agency provides a wide-range of programs and information including home delivered meals, home care services, group dining, transportation to programs, health promotion activities, and legal services for adults with disabilities and their caregivers in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties.

Myrtle Beach SC Disability Resources

  • Caring and Sharing
    This organization operates a food bank in Hemmingway and offers financial assistance for disabled persons and the elderly in the counties of Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry, southern Florence, and southern Marion.

  • Grand Strand Down Syndrome Society
    Based in Myrtle Beach, the society is working to enhance the quality of life for all individuals with Down Syndrome by providing information and support to individuals, families, professionals, and the community through educational and social activities.

  • Surfside Beach
    In January of 2016 Surfside Beach Town Council designated the seaside town as the nation's first autism-friendly travel destination. The designation means that the town will host events designed for people with autism as well as provide support and resources to visiting families affected by autism.
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Newberry SC Disability Resources

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

  • Newberry County Disabilities & Special Needs Board
    Coordinates vocational opportunities, residential homes, community services, respite care, and summer services.

Orangeburg SC Disability Resources

  • AccessAbility
    Federally funded, non-residential, not-for-profit North Charleston organization providing skills and support for independent living and the full integration of people with disabilities in their communities.

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Rock Hill SC Disability Resources

  • RideAbility Therapeutic Riding
    This program in Clover offers a wide range of horse-related programs to children, adults, and families with special needs to promote the physical, psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being.

St. Matthews SC Disability Resources

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Saluda SC Disability Resources

  • Burton Center for Disabilities and Special Needs - Saluda
    Agency with Saluda County office in Saluda is providing free services to individuals and their families who have disabilities and special needs in Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Lexington, McCormick, and Saluda counties.

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Seneca SC Disability Resources

  • Developmental Center for Exceptional Children
    A preschool in Anderson that serves children with special needs and disabilities in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties.

  • SC Upstate Aging & Disability Resource Center
    The Appalachian Council of Governments' program providing information and assistance to older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers serving Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg counties.

  • Wild Hearts Equine Therapeutic Center
    Low or no-cost assistance program in Seneca using horses to assist those with physical disabilities, people dealing with emotional trauma, behavioral or social issues, at-risk youth and victims of abuse, as well as active duty military and Veterans.

Spartanburg SC Disability Resources

  • Charles Lea Center
    From newborns to seniors the center in Spartanburg provides services that enhance the quality of life for children and adults in Spartanburg County with intellectual disabilities and/or chronic medical conditions.

  • Handicapped Athletes Learning To Enjoy Riding
    HALTER offers a therapeutic horseback riding program in Spartanburg for handicapped residents.

  • SC Upstate Aging & Disability Resource Center
    The Appalachian Council of Governments' program providing information and assistance to older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers serving Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, and Spartanburg counties.

Summerville SC Disability Resources

  • AccessAbility
    Federally funded, non-residential, not-for-profit North Charleston organization providing skills and support for independent living and the full integration of people with disabilities in their communities.

  • Disabilities Board of Charleston County
    The board, with main office in Charleston, contracts with the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to provide services and support to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and Colleton counties.

  • Dorchester County Disabilities and Special Needs Board
    With office in Summerville, this agegency offers child, family support, adult development and residential services for county residents with intellectual disabilities, autism, and head and spinal cord injuries.

  • Family Resource Center for Disabilities and Special Needs
    The FRC in Charleston provides information services throughout the Lowcountry to promote opportunities for learning, inclusion, and empowerment for individuals with disabilities and special needs through such means as education, advocacy, and outreach.

  • Lowcountry Autism Consortium
    Supports the Charleston-area autism community by bridging the gap between individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and high quality, regionally-based services.

  • Trident Area Agency on Aging
    This North Charleston-based agency provides a wide-range of programs and information including home delivered meals, home care services, group dining, transportation to programs, health promotion activities, and legal services for adults with disabilities and their caregivers in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties.

Sumter SC Disability Resources

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

Walterboro SC Disability Resources

  • Disabilities Board of Charleston County
    The board, with main office in Charleston, contracts with the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs to provide services and support to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and Colleton counties.

Winnsboro SC Disability Resources

  • Barclay School at Magnolia Farm
    A school in Ridgeway teaching children with learning differences.

  • Columbia Parkinson's Support Group
    The mission is to provide a safe environment to obtain support, information, education, create awareness of Parkinson's Disease plus raise funds for research. Based in West Columbia, the group serves residents in the counties of Calhoun, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Orangeburg, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter.

                       
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