Emily Beasley is a Youth Independent Living Specialist. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in management from the University of South Carolina. She has been involved in the disability community since she was a teen. In high school, she worked with students with disabilities and helped them train for sports competition. She spent her summers working as a counselor at a camp for children with Autism, Asperger’s, and PDD-NOS. In the fall of 2017, Emily found Able SC and started out as a consumer receiving employment assistance. She began volunteering with the EQUIP program, and soon after was hired on as the EQUIP Program Specialist and is now the Youth Independent Living Specialist.

As a young adult with multiple disabilities, Emily knows how important self-advocacy and awareness is for people with disabilities. She has experienced first-hand discrimination and the need for disability education and awareness. She is very excited to be here at Able SC and to have the opportunity to make an impact in the lives of teens and young adults with disabilities.

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Subminimum Wage FAQs

Recently, we announced a new SC Statehouse bill that would end subminimum wage for people with disabilities. Since a lot of people don’t even know that subminimum wage legally exists, we wanted to share some basic info about it on this FAQ page.

Statehouse bill introduced to end subminimum wage for people with disabilities

A joint resolution filed at the SC Statehouse on Tuesday aims to end subminimum wage for people with disabilities in South Carolina.