Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Have You Registered Yet? Advocacy Day for Access & Independence

Logo for Advocacy Day for Access & Independence featuring an open lock in an orange box.

Have You Registered Yet?

Advocacy Day for Access & Independence

May 8th, 2014 | 9:00AM-12:30PM |  SC State House
Have you registered for Advocacy Day for Access & Independence?

If not, register today and receive a FREE Advocacy Day for Access & Independence t-shirt!
When: Thursday, May 8th, 2014 9:00AM – 12:30PM
Where: South Carolina State House
Who: People with disabilities and allies/advocates
What: Advocacy Day for Access and Independence is the first independence oriented advocacy day for people with disabilities in South Carolina.

It is a day to...
To show disability pride as we use our voices to unlock the barriers to independence.
To unite people with all types of disabilities and raise awareness of the barriers that are common in our State.
To promote disability rights.
How: Rally with great speakers from across the state, including Governor Nikki Haley and Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin. Click here to view the full agenda and register.

This event was planned in collaboration with the following entities:
Able South Carolina
Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living
Brain Injury Association of South Carolina
Columbia Mayor’s Committee On Employment of People with Disabilities
disAbility Resource Center
Family Connection of SC
SC Interagency Office of Disability and Health
NAMI Mid-Carolina
National Federation of the Blind of SC
Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services
Protection & Advocacy for People with Disabilities
SC Assistive Technology Program
SC Association of the Deaf
SC Commission for the Blind
SC Developmental Disabilities Council
SC Statewide Independent Living Council
SC Vocational Rehabilitation Department
The SC Client Assistance Program
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Walton Options for Independent Living

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