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Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks is the nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. The Autism Speaks? Family Services website contains information tool kits. A state by state resource guide and a resource library to assist families in dealing with the medical, educational and social challenges posed by autism.

SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs

SCDDSN is the state agency that plans, develops, overseas, and funds services for South Carolinaians with severe, lifelong disabilities of intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injury in spinal cord, injury, and conditions related to each of these for disabilities. Their mission is to assist people with disabilities and their families and meeting needs, pursuing possibilities, and achieving life goals. Find resources and information about their services on their website.

South Carolina Services Information System

Information on Aging and Disabilities Services

United Way Association of South Carolina

Acting alone no one of us can create a better future and a better quality of life for all South Carolinians, but if we stand up and speak with a unified voice we can create a brighter future for all our citizens.

Workplace Fairness Website

Workplace Fairness is a non-profit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights. Our goals are that workers and their advocates are educated about workplace rights and options for resolving workplace problems, and that the policy makers, members of the business community, and the public at large view the fair treatment of workers as both good business practice and sound public policy. Workplace Fairness works toward these goals by: (1) making comprehensive information about workers' rights – free of legal jargon – readily available to workers and to advocates and organizations that assist workers; (2) providing resources to support the work of legal services organizations, community-based organizations, law schools, and private attorneys that provide free legal information and services to low-income workers; (3) presenting the employee perspective in publications, policy debates, and public discussion.

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