Information and resources.
SCAS and various community providers support the Autism community across the state of South Carolina. Our staff diligently work to stay abreast of updated resources and providers to share accurate timely information with families and professionals. Contact our Information and Referral Coordinator Brennan Stinney at (803) 753-1750 today for personalized assistance.
*The following support resources have been gathered by out Information and Resource Coordinator and
may not be directly affiliated with our organization.
South Carolina Autism Society
Parent-School-Partnership (PSP) Program
Our PSP Program Parent Mentors are trained Parents, of a child/individual with Autism, and Staff that assist Parents, of Autistic children, or who are seeking an Autism diagnosis, with navigating through the public education system. Our Parent Mentors can help with IEP and 504 Plans, school discipline concerns, and a variety of other education related concerns. Contact our PSP Program at (803) 244-8494 or email@example.com for more information or to be connected with a Parent Mentor. This is a free service.
Able SC Peer Support & Mentoring
Able SC offers peers support services with Peer Supporters that work one-on-one, in small groups, and hold regular monthly Peer Support Groups for those interested-both on-site and online. For more information visit Able SC on their website or call (800)681-6805 (Midlands)/ (800) 681-7715 (Upstate)
Behaviors A Go-Go Parent Connection Group
The Parent Connection Group Hour offered by Behaviors A Go-Go is ABA Program Supervisor facilitated group that offers parents and caregivers of children with Autism the opportunity to connect and share experience with each other. For more information please contact Behaviors A Go-Go at (864) 757-9918.
Family Connections South Carolina
Parent to Parent Support Family Connections South Carolina offers parent to parent support that consists of trained parent volunteers who provide emotional support and information to families based on their child’s disability or special healthcare concern. These trained parent volunteers have a child with a diagnosis similar to the parent they are matching with. Contact Family Connections South Carolina by clicking here to complete the referral process for this support. You can also contact Family Connections South Carolina via phone at (800) 578-8750 or (888) 808-7462 (Spanish), email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website for more information.
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The Autism community faces extraordinary challenges during the COVID-19 crisis. We are proud to share this toolkit from Autism Society of America, which provides COVID-19 information and resources by topic, including Mental Health & Respite, Modifying Routines, Lifestyle Supports, and much more.