The COVID-19 Vaccine and South Carolinians with Disabilities

The COVID-19 Vaccine is a shot that protects you from getting COVID-19, or from having a severe case. South Carolina is currently encouraging everyone ages 12+ to get vaccinated for COVID-19.

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Listening Sessions in June and July on Emergency Preparedness: Join us!

What would help you feel safer and more prepared during a natural disaster? If you are a person with a disability, please join us to share about any experiences or barriers you may have faced during a natural disaster. These could be issues such as communication, shelter, transportation, or others.

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Staying Safe in the Winter

While some of us may love the colder months, winter weather can bring safety dangers for all people, including people with disabilities.

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Guardianship

Able SC opposes guardianship for people with disabilities and supports the use of less restrictive alternative options.

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Why Independent Living is Important

A poem by Equip leader Derrick Means.

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Make your plan to vote!

Have you made a plan for how you will vote, yet? You have several options this year for how to vote.

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Transcript: Interview: Psychiatric Disabilities and Mental Health

[music] 00:15 Laura: It has been 10,840 days since the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed and you are part in the Access Aisle. 00:24 Tiffany: And you are part…

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Youth Guide to Disability Rights in the Summer

By: Asha Jones, Equip Leader The Summer Series and the South Carolina Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) are summer programs offered by Able South Carolina in which young adults with disabilities…

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How to Boost Your Independent Living Skills and Have Fun During the Outbreak

By: Julia Hartman, Equip Leader On March 15th, 2020, South Carolina governor, Henry McMaster, announced that all schools will be closed for the last two weeks in March in efforts…

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Transcript: Advocacy in Action

Episode Transcript: [music] 00:14 Tiffany Namey: It has been 10,799 days since the ADA was passed, and you are parked in The Access Aisle. [music] 00:34 TN: My name is…

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