- This is the English version of the email just sent around. It was previously sent in April 2012. The South Carolina Act Early Team is pleased to provide theMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 11, 2012View Source
This is the English version of the email just sent around. It was previously sent in April 2012.
The South Carolina Act Early Team is pleased to provide the South Carolina Roadmap to Developmental Screening to people interested in developmental screening and services related to Autism Spectrum Disorders. The roadmap was developed by a team focused on collaboration among leaders representing professionals, state agencies, universities, healthcare systems, private organizations, and families to improve quality of life for children and others with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families.
This resource is intended as a guide that explains where to receive assistance for a child that may be at risk for an Autism Spectrum Disorder. It also provides an explanation of services, state agencies, assessments, and interventions relevant to this issue. Contact information for the key agencies and organizations is also provided.
You can also download a copy of the Roadmap from the following websites:
SC Department of Disabilities & Special Needs http://www.ddsn.sc.gov
USC Center for Disability Resources http://uscm.med.sc.edu/cdrhome/index.asp
South Carolina Autism Society http://www.scautism.org/roadmap.php
Greenville Hospital http://www.ghschildrens.org/autism--‐wonders--‐home.php
Winston’s Wish Foundation www.winstonswishfoundation.com
Team for Early Childhood Solutions http://uscm.med.sc.edu/tecs/
SC Department of Education http://ed.sc.gov Family Connection of South Carolina http://www.familyconnectionsc.org/
The South Carolina Act Early Team
South Carolina Autism Society
Special Events Coordinator, Strides for Autism
Project Coordinator, Guardianship & Protection Grant
Project Coordinator, All Are Welcome Grant