Disability Programs for the City of Charleston, SC

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Disability Programs

https://www.awelws.org/
Address: 8163 Greenridge Road
North Charleston, SC 29406
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E-Mail:AWELCWS@gmail.com
Phone:843-709-2561
Description:AWE offers advocacy, peer support, counseling, public education, and information and referral to the mobility impaired. Also sponsors several athletes in sports such as wheelchair racing and weightlifting and the North Charleston Hurricanes (wheelchair basketball team). Recreational activities offered for those with disabilities.


http://www.anchorsawayprogram.org/
Address:1122 Darwin Street
Charleston, SC 29412
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E-Mail:Dave@FineYachtFinish.com
Phone:843-792-0721 (David Sewell)
843-566-3433 (Mike Illig)
843-609-0670 (John Friend)
Description:A program established by the Medical University of South Carolina, Anchors Away is a nonprofit outdoor educational and recreation program for individuals living with disabilities. The program serves all types of abilities and gender/age/race populations and defines a person with a disability as anyone who does not have equal access or ability to utilize the same recreational resources that are available to the majority of the community.


https://sites.google.com/a/catrfarms.org/brickhouse-equestrian-center2/
Address:P.O. Box 146
2669 Hamilton Road
Johns Island, SC 29457
E-Mail:CATRFARMS@wildblue.net
Phone:843-559-6040
Fax:843-559-0176
Description:Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding, Inc.(CATR)offers therapeutic horseback riding programs for children and adults with disabilities. They are accredited by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association.


https://www.dsalowcountry.org/
Address:P. O. Box 2275
Mount Pleasant, SC 29465
E-Mail:DSALowcountry@gmail.com
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/dsalowcountry/
Phone:843-553-3725
Fax:843-471-2996
Description:DSAL is a private, non-profit organization devoted to promoting an environment which fosters the growth and development of people with Down syndrome to enable them to achieve their full potential. The organization offers respite programs, support programs such as Moms' Night Out and Youth Group, social events, resources, and educational opportunities. It is an affiliate of the National Down syndrome Congress and the National Down Syndrome Society.


http://frcdsn.org
Address:1575 Savannah Highway, Suite 6
Charleston, SC 29407
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E-Mail:frc@frcdsn.org
Phone:843-266-1318
Fax:843-266-1941
Description:The Parent Training and Resource Center (PTRC) is a program offering support, training, information and referral to families accessing special education services for their children and youth with disabilities. PTRC provides services in Berkeley, Dorchester & Charleston Counties. Services Include: Free Lending Library, Annual Conference, Quarterly Newsletter, Training Workshops, Peer-Parent Mentor Program for Special Education Advocacy, Satellite Locations, and Information & Referral. The Family Resource Center is funded through grants, donations, fundraisers, and community support. The Family Resource Center is a non-profit corporation. The FRC library contains topics related to specific disabilities, self-advocacy issues, current therapies, and special education. Many resources are available in Spanish.


(MUSC Children's Hospital (MUSC))
https://www.musckids.org/our-services/genetics
Address:171 Ashley Avenue
Charleston, SC 29425
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Phone:800-424-6872 Toll Free
843-876-1511
843-876-0444 Established Patients
Fax:843-876-1518
Description:MUSC Children's Hospital's genetics specialists help children, families and adults faced with hereditary and genetic factors that cause disease, defects or potential health issues. Some of the conditions include: disorders, birth defects, Down syndrome, autism, spina bifida and family cancer. A referral is needed from your primary care physician. Services include: genetic evaluation, genetic counseling, and coordination of genetic testing.
Office Name:Genetic Outreach Clinic
Address:1407 King Street
Beaufort, SC 29902
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Phone:843-525-4075
800-358-7805
Fax:843-521-5507


https://www.healingfarms.com/
Address:P.O. Box 2002
Mount Pleasant, SC 29465
E-Mail:info@healingfarms.com
Phone:843-971-9300
Description:This non-profit provides supports and adult day services for young adults with disabilities to help as they transition out of high school. The young adults work at a urban farm during the day and explore vocational opportunities.


Low Country Genetics
Address:1483 Tobias Gadson Boulevard, Suite 102
Charleston, SC 29412
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Phone:843-766-2500
Fax:843-766-2315
Description:Low Country Genetics provides the following services: adult genetics, cancer genetic counseling/risk assessment, pediatric genetics, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, and prenatal diagnosis.


http://www.lafinc.org/
Address:135 Rutledge Avenue, MSC 567
Charleston, SC 29403
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E-Mail:callahsu@musc.edu
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/LAFinc
Phone:843-876-0415
Fax:843-876-1518
Description:This nonprofit organization provides services for children who demonstrate learning challenges, communication challenges, and/or behavioral challenges. Provides services at the center or at the patient's home. For families without insurance, the organization offers significantly reduced fees and also may be adjusted based on income.


(Medical University of South Carolina)
https://muschealth.org/medical-services/dental/specialty/special-needs
Address:29 Bee Street
Charleston, SC 29425
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Phone:843-876-7645
843-792-1414
Description:Provides dental services for teens and adults with special health care needs, including those with physical, medical, developmental or cognitive conditions.


https://www.pattisonsacademy.org/
Office Name:P.O. Box 80426
E-Mail:info@pattisonsacademy.org
Phone:843-746-6516
Fax:843-746-6518
Description:Provides a number of services for children in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties who are severely disabled and/or have multiple disabilities. Services include early intervention services to help obtain goals for the child; service coordination services to help parents find services; private occupational, physical and speech therapy; a therapeutic summer camp; and a charter school for Charleston County residents that offers education and rehabilitation.
Office Name:Pattison's Academy for Comprehensive Education (PACE)
Address:1078 East Montague Avenue
North Charleston, SC 29405
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