Learn more about inclusive practices in child care from the following state partners and national programs.
The South Carolina Child Care Inclusion Collaborative (SCIC) provides individualized training and technical assistance for child care providers to support the inclusion of children with disabilities/developmental delays in child care programs.
Learn more now at http://www.scinclusion.org/.
Beginnings works with parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, including parents who are themselves deaf or hard of hearing, and the professionals that work with these families, all across South Carolina. Beginnings SC believes every SC child who is deaf or hard of hearing has the right and the ability to reach his or her fullest potential IF they receive the resources and supports they need.
Learn more now at http://scbegin.org/.
This professional organization is dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with disabilities and the gifted. The web site offers resources for people working with and advocating for students with special needs.
Learn more now at https://www.cec.sped.org/.
Beginning Together provides training and technical assistance focusing on the information and skills needed to include infants and toddlers who have disabilities or special needs in child care and other settings.
Learn more now at https://cainclusion.org/bt/.
The Center for Parent Information & Resources is your central “Hub” of information and products created for the network of Parent Centers serving families of children with disabilities.
Learn more now at www.parentcenterhub.org.