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SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (SC-DDSN)
SC-DDSN Autism Division Training
SC-DDSN Qualified Providers List (QPL)
SC Department of Education
SC Department of Health and Human Services
Family Connection of South Carolina
Family Resource Center for Disabilities and Special Needs, Charleston Information, referrals, lending library
CASLS - Carolina Autism Supported Living Services a non-profit organization dedicated to community residential placements for people with autism
Autism Advocate Foundation a non profit established in 2004 by parents in Horry county, SC to provide supports to individuals with ASD so that they may realize their dreams and become active, contributing and fulfilled members of our community
Center for Disability Resources Library The CDR library consists of books, videos, brochures and audiotapes covering a variety of disability-related topics and is located within USC-School of Medicine on Garners Ferry Road in Columbia.
SC Emergency Management Division SCEMD has helpful links for citizens with special needs
SOS Healthcare SOS Health Care has been a grass roots campaign addressing the needs of the most vulnerable persons in Horry County for 19 years. Four of their programs have spun off to become independent non-profits: CareTeam in 1998, SharedCare, Senior Peer Counseling and the Children's Center of Cedar Branch in 2006
Pro Parents Parents Reaching Out To Parents of South Carolina, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that provides information and training about education to families of children with all types of disabilities. PRO-Parents believes parents can be the best advocates for their children. Experienced advisors assist parents to become more aware of their rights and responsibilities through telephone counseling, workshops and written material. With confidence and knowledge, parents can then participate as equal partners with professionals on behalf of their children. PRO-Parents also serves professionals in education and related fields throughout South Carolina
Partners in Policymaking Partners in Policymaking (PIP) is a leadership training program that teaches self-advocates and parents to be community leaders and how to obtain the best available services for themselves and others. Two-day training sessions are held in Columbia once a month for five months. Participants will receive information, training and resources about the local, state and national issues that affect people with disabilities. Participants will become familiar with the policymaking and legislative process at the local, state and federal levels. National and state experts will speak about current issues and state-of-the-art practices. The overall goal of the PIP program is to foster a PARTNERship between people who need and use services and those who make public policy and law. PIP was developed in 1987 by the Minnesota Governorâ€™s Council on Developmental Disabilities and is now being replicated in 40 states, the Virgin Islands and Great Britain. Various learning approaches will be used including e-learning
Pine Grove Pine Grove is a day and residential school in Elgin, SC, and a new provider in the QPL Directory.
South Carolina Dental Directory for Individuals with Special Health Care Needs Provided and Maintained by Dr. Carlos F. Salinas D.M.D., Medical University of South Carolina, College of Dental Medicine Please Note: Contact a dentist directly to get the most current information about the services you need.
Autism Institute of South Carolina committed to providing non-aversive, research-based interventions which promote dignity, self-reliance, and successful outcomes for the children and adults served. Services are currently available in Columbia, SC and surrounding counties. Services include: ABA-Based Programming for Toddlers; Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention; Intensive Tutoring; Functional Behavior and Skill Assessments; Behavior Support Plans; Parent and Professional Training; Consultation to Families, Schools, and Agency Providers
LUCAS Network dedicated to the advocacy of children and families suffering from autism spectrum disorders. On this page you will find links to the history and passage of the PDD Waiver and Ryan's Law, advocacy groups, Winston's Wish Foundation and Lucas' story of autism
SC Dental Provider Directory
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