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Able Eyes

5178197284 | 77 Lake Ridge Drive, Mason, OH 48854
Able Eyes provides 2 services: 1.) A virtual tour search database to help people see the inside of places beforehand 2.) A video modeling library (provided by users) demonstrating “how to” complete daily living, self-care, school, community, and work skills

Access Family Service

843-779-2757 | NC/SC
“Access Family Services, Inc. mission is to be the leader in delivering effective mental health, substance abuse, educational and a variety of medically appropriate services to our consumers in their natural setting, principally the home. Our services will be delivered by highly trained team members focused on providing the most effective treatments to our child, adolescent and adult consumers in community settings to improve the quality of their lives.”

ASD Virtual Library

Provided by the SC Department of Education, an online resource for educators, administrators, parents, and the public interested in learning more about ASD. Includes printable, research, training modules and community information on ASD.

Autism Housing Network

"Our vision is to become the largest database of user-generated resources and residential opportunities while fostering a supportive and encouraging online community."

Autism in Action podcast

864-551-5984
"Podcast that helps autism families connect with resources, services and support."

Autism Society

resource for advocacy, education, referral

Autism Speaks

888-288-4762
“At Autism Speaks, our goal is to change the future for all who struggle with an autism spectrum disorder. We are dedicated to funding global biomedical research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a possible cure for autism. We strive to raise public awareness about autism and its effects on individuals, families, and society: and we work to bring hope to all who deal with the hardships of this disorder. We are committed to raising the funds necessary to support these goals.”

Autism Therapist Network

864-551-5984
"Course membership to help therapists learn to work with autism."

Barnabas Horse Foundation

843-241-3331 | 416 Windover Ct , Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
“Our Mission: T0 provide equine assisted therapy in a safe environment for individuals recovering from trauma and abuse. Our focus is to support and encourage participants seeking emotional growth, self-respect, and the courage to move forward with their lives.”

Becoming rentABLE

Becoming rentABLE is an accessible rental listing platform dedicated to educating and advocating for accessibility for all in the short-term rental industry. Since there is no "one size fits all" in accessibility, our 36 search filters make finding an accessible short-term rental easy for a broad range of disabilities to include wheelchair, walker, hearing, vision, Autism, and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

Champion Autism Network

843-321-8891
“CAN’s mission is to reduce challenges and barriers to allow families with a child with Autism to have a “normal” family outing or experience, reducing sensory input and creating inviting environments for children with Autism and their parents.”

Chatting With Betsy

I am Host of Chatting with Betsy which is a talkshow featuring a variety of guests and topics! I offer people the opportunity to tell their stories.

Evolve Coaching

412-744-9017 | 3706 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Providing support to individuals with disabilities and our community through education, employment, and the arts.

Exceptional Needs Today Magazine

407-920-0667
"The publication aims to serve all individuals in need of special services including but not limited to autism, down syndrome, intellectual disability, visual or hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, learning disabilities, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury and gifted/talented. Working together to promote awareness, acceptance and inclusiveness for all.

Family Connection of South Carolina

843-556-5010 | 206 Lab Court, Moncks Corner, SC 29461
“We provide support to parents with a child with any special healthcare need, such as an upcoming surgery, developmental delays, premature birth, physical limitations, and all diagnoses including autism, asthma, ADHD, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy. Our support for families includes a vast family-to-family network and a host of programs that educate, inspire and empower families and their children to live rich, fulfilling lives.”

Georgetown Autism Support Group

843-385-1111 | 405 Cleland St, Georgetown, SC 29440
“We are a group dedicated to supporting the Georgetown County community to support individuals and families through the journey of Autism.”

Georgetown County Board Of Disabilities and Special Needs

843-546-8228 | 95 Academy Ave, Georgetown, SC 29440
“The Board provides an array of services to persons with intellectual disabilities in Georgetown County and now offers, to a limited extent, services to individuals residing in Charleston, Williamsburg and Horry Counties.”

God's Special Gifts Organization for autism and ADHD Awareness

8433566421 | 24 OAKWOOD RD, Kingstree, SC 29556
We provide event/festivals to bring out families of children/adults to be more sociable, physically involved, and meet their community members. We provide incontinent care items for families in need of an extra hand during difficult times.

Hugs for Horses

843-833-3929/843-546-3685 | 215 Equestrian Dr, Georgetown, SC 29440
“Hugs for Horses, located at the Georgetown Equestrian Center in Georgetown, is a therapeutic horseback riding program that has, since 1988, provided children and adults with physical, intellectual, and social or behavioral disabilities in the Georgetown area the opportunity to grow and develop by riding horses.”

J.O.Y. School

843-237-5368 | 9967 Ocean Hwy, Pawleys Island, SC 29585-7415
“The J.O.Y. School is a summer program designed to provide an enriching day of activities for children with Intellectual Disabilities. Located at Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church during June and July. Classes in music, art, academics, adaptive P.E. drama and swimming are taught by highly trained and experienced staff.”

Low Country Autism Foundation

843-876-0415 | 135 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC 29425
“Access to high quality, affordable, personalized services is limited. We aim to provide individually designed programs to address the many challenges that accompany a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.”

MUSC Developmental-Behavioral Clinical Services

(843) 792-2300 | 135 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC 29425
“MUSC Children’s Hospital is dedicated to providing the highest level of quality patient care. It is our mission to deliver a level of care that exceeds the expectations of our patients and their families. Every member of our medical team is committed to providing a comfortable health care experience by focusing on: Family-Centered Care, Ethics Consultation Service, Patient Rights and Information”

Next Steps Pediatric Rehabilitation Services

843-520-8810/843-652-8350 | 407 Church St Suite E, Georgetown, SC 29440
“We will continuously improve the care we render to exceed the expectations of our patients and customers. We will be recognized as a superior health care provider, employer and resource center for health services.”

Palmetto Literacy Council

8439459278 | 1010 5th Ave N #102, Surfside Beach SC 29575
We provide free tutoring for children and adults who struggle with basic (grades K-6) reading, writing, and/or math.

Project REX (Child/Adult and Parallel Parents groups)

843-792-9162 | 67 President St Charleston, Charleston, SC 29425
“The Project Rex Team consists of doctors and therapists with a passion for helping children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their loved ones. We provide support and treatment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their parents. Our goal is to help children and young adults to reach their highest potential by enhancing their social skills, their ability to understand emotions, and their adaptability.”

Project Search

803-876-1380
"Project SEARCH is a dedicated program focused on providing education and training to young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is accomplished through an innovative workforce and career development model that benefits the individual, workplace, and community."

Rollins Counseling, LLC

864-644-8251
"Counseling and consulting in autism"

SC Dept of Disabilities and Special Needs

888-DSN-INFO | 3440 Harden St. Ext. , Columbia, SC 29203
“Assist people with disabilities and their families through choice in meeting needs, pursuing possibilities and achieving life goals; and minimize the occurrence and reduce the severity of disabilities through prevention.”

Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support

A community for Parents, Caregivers, Therapists, Teachers, Professionals, Community Providers and all others who work with children and youth with special needs and Sensory Processing Disorder.

SOS Health Care, Inc

843-449-0554 | PO Box 7136, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
“To partner with our community to provide hope, care, and assistance to our neighbors.”

South Carolina Autism Society

843-325-1313/484-888-5274 | 1508 Azalea Dr. Suite 801, Surfside Beach, SC 29575
“The mission of SCAS is to enable every individual with autism spectrum disorders in South Carolina to reach their maximum potential.”

South Carolina Department of Mental Health

2414 Bull St, Ste 309, Columbia, SC 29201
"The Office of Suicide Prevention (OSP) is a program of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health (DMH) that is working to make South Carolina a Zero Suicide state."

South Carolina Interventionists (SCI)

843-424-1129 | Waccamaw Medical Park Mall, Conway, SC
“South Carolina Interventionists provide training and behavior therapy to individuals and families in need.”

Spectrum Sailing

847-863-3059 | PO Box 1111, Isle of Palms, SC 29451
Spectrum Sailing provides maritime education, programming, and outreach for autistic individuals. Our camps provide opportunities for skill development, social interaction, and confidence building. Sailing is our platform to positively impact the physical and mental health of our participants

STAR Academy

843 663-1005 | 647 Main Street, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Sensory learning center for all kids, all ages and all abilities in the center of North Myrtle Beach. STAR Academy provides open play, classes, programs. field trips, private events, birthday parties, parent support and therapy session for kids and families.

The Spectrum Careers

Website that matches individuals with ASD and employment opportunities.

The Unumb Center for Neurodiversity

803-929-0011 | 1505 Blanding Street, Columbia, SC 29072
“The Unumb Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality, evidence-based diagnostic and therapeutic services to people with autism spectrum disorder and to serving individuals with autism and their families across the lifespan.”

Towards A Worthy Cause (TAWC)

843-424-1129 | 1003 US-17 N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
“TAWC (Towards A Worthy Cause) is a nonprofit organization that grants children with autism in South Carolina scholarships for behavior therapy. For more information on who is qualified to receive a scholarship, to become an approved provider, volunteer, or donate see our website.”

Winston’s Wish Foundation

(803) 466-8189 | 709 Woodrow Street Suite 522, Columbia, SC 29205
“The mission of Winston’s Wish Foundation is to enable South Carolina’s children with autism and their families to thrive. We offer new educational opportunities and resources for these children and their families while promoting a heightened awareness and deeper understanding of autism in our greater community. In the future, Winston’s Wish Foundation, with local and statewide partners, will create the Palmetto Center for Autism, a state-of-the-art treatment clinic for children with autism spectrum disorders.”

Young Talkers

843-457-1053 | 8703 Highway 17 Bypass South Suite I, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
“Our mission is to provide quality speech-language and feeding therapy services to the pediatric population in order to enhance their verbal/non-verbal communication and feeding skills. We accomplish this by identifying concerns through specialized evaluations and the development of goals to meet the needs of the child and the family.”