South Carolina

List of State Resources - South Carolina

NameDescription
Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Autism societyThe Autism Society of South Carolina is a non-profit charity that provides case management; tutoring and educational planning; information, references and resources; beat; and training for people and professionals affected by an autism spectrum disorder.
Autism academyThe Unumb Center has strived to provide exceptional ABA services for children and serve as a community resource for those affected by autism. They provide advanced training to their team, so they can help people with autism reach their full potential. By providing comprehensive evidence-based services and collaborative solutions, their team of professionals strives to set the standard to meet the needs of the autism community.
Bright startBright Start provides comprehensive early intervention, case management, and speech therapy services to individuals with special needs and developmental delays so that children, adolescents, and adults can reach their highest potential.
Project hopeIt is a non-profit organization that provides services for autism. Project HOPE Foundation programs receive financial support from a variety of sources, including exceptional SC scholarships, insurance, Medicaid, and Medicaid waivers.
Family connectionsThey seek to change lives by making connections, raising awareness, and promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities and special health care needs.
SCANDThe South Carolina Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Consortium is a network of professionals in various fields who are united by their mission to understand autism and neurodevelopmental disorders to provide support to families affected by autism and neurodevelopmental disorders across the state of South Carolina.
Hands on healthOn the page you can find a series of resources and institutions that work with individuals and families with ASD.
The Therapy placeThey seek to provide traditional and innovative therapies and recreational opportunities for children with special needs in an environment that is family-friendly, to include resources and education for parents / caregivers.
Psychology sourcesThe professionals listed on the website provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment, and autism therapy. They include autism treatment centers, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists, and autism counselors.
ChanceLight Autism ServicesChanceLight Autism Services offers the highest quality of intensive research-based behavioral treatment for children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. They provide comprehensive ABA services, using individualized treatment models designed to effectively fit your child's unique needs.
ABA resources GreenvilleTheir individual intervention services help each child reach their full potential. ABA services are provided by highly qualified personnel. Depending on the child's needs, they teach primarily through a combination of play, daily routines, and academic assignments.
Lowcountry foundationThey are committed to improving the lives of people with autism spectrum disorder and their families through individually designed programs, advocacy, and awareness efforts.
Champion networkChampion Autism Network, Inc. (CAN) is a non-profit autism awareness organization that was started in Surfside Beach, South Carolina. Its goal is to Create and ensure inclusive communities where all people can live, work and play happily, by building a global network of autism advocates that includes businesses, local non-profit organizations, and individuals with autism.
EastersealsProvides exceptional services, education, outreach and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play.

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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