Photo of the parenting bill signing at the Governor's desk.


We’re at the forefront of activism and leadership on any and all issues affecting people with disabilities—issues like accessibility, public accommodations, and transportation. These are critical in achieving full inclusion in community life.

We work with local, state, and national leaders to bring about change and create opportunities. Able SC is involved in activities in the community to improve access so that people with disabilities can live independently.

Able SC promotes self-determination, because in order for individuals with disabilities to reach their destinies and access the opportunities available to them, they need the knowledge, skills, and confidence for self-advocacy. We provide consumers with the necessary support to advocate for access to services and their employment, housing, and education rights.

Able SC is proud to help facilitate Advocacy Day for Access and Independence with over 30 partnering organizations! More information can be found on the Advocacy Day for Access & Independence site.

To stay up to date on legislative issues, please visit our legislative updates page. Please contact us at for your advocacy questions.

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