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SC Assistive Technology Expo
Mar
5
8:30 AM08:30

SC Assistive Technology Expo

  • Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Who Should Attend: General Public, Service Providers, Educators

The SC Assistive Technology Expo is the go-to source for people with disabilities, their families, seniors, educators, veterans, and health professionals. Every year, the event opens your eyes to new technologies, new possibilities, new solutions, and new opportunities to change your life. Attendees experience cutting-edge products and services for people with a wide range of disabilities.

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Easley Disability Benefits & Employment: Make it Work for You!
Oct
17
1:30 PM13:30

Easley Disability Benefits & Employment: Make it Work for You!

Who should attend: People with disabilities, service providers, educators

Do you have questions about how going to work might affect your Social Security benefits as someone with a disability? Would you like to get better connected to the agencies in your area that provide employment supports to people with disabilities? If so, this free workshop is for you! Come to learn more from experts on how working affects SSI and SSDI benefits and from agencies that help people meet their employment goals. 
Join us at the QuickJobs Development Center, Room 103, on Tri-County Technical College's Easley Campus!

If you need accommodations, please request them by October 10, 2018, by contacting Sandy Jordan at sjordan@able-sc.org or 800-681-7715/TTY: 864-235-8798.

[image: photos in a grid of the Greenwood, Myrtle Beach, Florence, and Columbia workshops.]

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2018 SC Interagency Transition Conference
Sep
30
to Oct 2

2018 SC Interagency Transition Conference

  • Embassy Suites - North Charleston (map)
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Who should attend: Service Providers, Educators, Employers, Youth, Families

Local Interagency Transition teams (e.g., LEA, SCVRD, DDSN, parent centers, CILs, employers,  youth, families) of 2 – 10 people will gain knowledge and skills specific to Collaborative Planning; School-Based Preparatory Experiences; Career Preparation & Work-Based Learning Experiences; Youth Development & Leadership; Connecting Activities; and Family Involvement & Supports in an effort to  target improved transition services, and improved post-secondary outcomes for youth with disabilities.

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