0Advocacy Day will still happen this year on April 1 entirely virtually.
How will this work?
This is an exciting opportunity to build a collective movement of people with disabilities in South Carolina, and potentially reach a larger audience than ever before. We will host a conference call with the host and all speakers on Zoom, which we will then live-stream through Facebook and Youtube for the masses to view. Participants will be able to watch, leave comments, and start dialogues with fellow viewers. Viewers will also be walked through the process of contacting their representatives about the issues that matter to them, and they will be provided with an online platform to do so.
What about accessibility?
As always, we are committed to making all of our programming fully accessible for all people, with and without disabilities. This virtual gathering will be a model of online accessibility and accommodations. CART live-captioning services and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will be available to all viewers throughout the event. Should anyone have any additional accommodations requests or concerns, we encourage them to contact us by calling 803.779.5121 or emailing [email protected] will still happen this year on April 1 entirely virtually.
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