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Able Access uses highly trained and qualified staff to conduct an onsite accessibility survey of your facility. Our survey and reporting process follows these easy steps:

  1. Onsite assessment of all features open to the public
  2. Identification of elements that do not meet the 2010 ADA Accessibility Standards
  3. Prioritization of barrier removal
  4. Recommendation of simple and cost-effective fixes
  5. Detailed reporting of the above with color pictures and diagrams

An Onsite Accessibility Survey is a great place to start Self-Evaluation and Transition Planning for ADA Compliance. We’ll even train your staff to conduct assessments of your other facilities! Contact us at advocacy@able-sc.org or 800-681-6805 for more information.

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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.