Speech and Communication Disorders Services for all of South Carolina

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Support Groups

https://www.familyconnectionsc.org/
Address:1800 St. Julian Place, Suite 104
Columbia, SC 29204
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E-Mail:info@familyconnectionsc.org
Phone:800-578-8750 (Toll Free)
803-252-0914
Fax:803-799-8017
Description:Family Connection of South Carolina, Inc. is a network of parents working with community professionals to provide parent-to-parent support and assurance to families with children of all ages who have special needs. Programs and services are centered around parent-to-parent networking, a program based in the principal that families with shared experiences are uniquely qualified to help each other. Parents of children with disabilities are matched with Support Parents who have children with similar conditions. These trained veteran Support Parents are an invaluable source of support and encouragement because they have faced similar challenges and celebrations. There are Support Parents in all counties of South Carolina.


(National Stuttering Association)
https://westutter.org/find-nsa-meeting-near/south-carolina/
Description:Offers support groups for children, teens and adults who are affected by stuttering. Meetings are in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville/Spartanburg and Hartsville. Please call or email for more information.


(USC Speech & Hearing Center)
https://web.asph.sc.edu/aphasia/recovery-groups/
Address:1601 St Julian Place
Columbia, SC 29204
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E-Mail:fridrika@gwm.sc.edu
Phone:803-777-2614
Description:University of South Carolina Aphasia Laboratory sponsors stroke recovery groups for those people who have difficulty communicating as a result of stroke. This problem is referred to as aphasia. The following are some of the symptoms that people with aphasia have (not all persons with aphasia have all of the symptoms): Difficulty coming up with the right words to say. Hard time understanding the speech of other people. Difficulty with reading and writing.

The people that attend the groups receive free therapy to improve their language function. This is accomplished by working on communication in a group setting with other individuals who have similar problems under the supervision of a certified speech-language pathologist. The groups also provide the opportunity for individuals to interact with and receive support from other persons who have suffered a stroke. If you are not sure if you, your family member, or friend would qualify for the groups, or want more information about the Stroke Recovery Groups, please call.