ABC Columbia attended DRSC's and IMPH's press conference to discuss and release a new report on opportunities for SC to strengthen home and community-based services for people with disabilities.
Two organizations are fighting to provide better opportunities and more inclusivity for South Carolinians with disabilities.
Pam Loudon, whose daughter PJ Sloat, has spastic quadriplegia and is vision and hearing impaired, believes South Carolina can offer more assistance and opportunity for PJ and for all people with disabilities.
“We have the opportunity to do so much better, and I would like to know why — why is it such a struggle here?” asks Loudon.
Read the full article by Lee Williams here.