Frequently Asked Questions About the CDR
What is the Center for Disability Resources?
The South Carolina University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service has been working to improve the life of people with disabilities and their families for more than twenty-five years. Our goal is to create an inclusive community where all people have choices to determine the course of their lives and fulfill their dreams.
Who works at the Center for Disability Resources?
We are South Carolina University faculty, staff and students.
We are people with and without disabilities
We are parents and families of persons with disabilities
We are persons with diverse backgrounds
What are the goals of the Center for Disability Resources?
People with disabilties and their families have control, choice, responsibility and opportunity.
Health and Wellness
People with disabilities are healthy, maintain healthy lifestyles and benefit from a full range of health care services.
People with disabilities participate fully in education at all levels and achieve their educational goals
People with disabilities are valued, participating and contributing members of their communities.
People with disabilities obtain and maintain employment consistent with their interests, abilities and needs.
Adults with disabilities choose where and with whom they want to live and fully use the services that support their choices.
Who can use the Center for Disability Resources Library?
Residents of states other than South Carolina may check out one item at a time, and are responsible for return postage.
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