As a Youth Transition Specialist, Troy works with youth with disabilities individually and in schools across the state where he assists them in building independent living, self-advocacy, and work readiness skills. Troy graduated from the University of South Carolina with his bachelor’s degree and is now pursuing a Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling. He worked with the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department for three years before joining Able SC and believes that everyone in the disability community should have equal access to opportunities and resources to exercise their agency and achieve their goals.

When Troy isn’t at work or school, he spends time wrestling socks from his dog Mona and searching for the perfect brunch in Columbia.

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Understandably, the question on everyone’s mind right now is: When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine? This post will attempt to break down who is included in which phases of the vaccine as clearly as possible, with you–the disability community–in mind.

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