Fall 2011 Newsletter – Bright Start Adding Services in Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties

October 23rd, 2011   by:  News   News

Breaking News for Bright Start

  • Bright Start is now providing services in Chester, Lancaster and York Counties.
  • We are excited to announce the addition of Speech Therapy services in Columbia. Susan Kaufman and Kelli Floyd are now members of the Bright Start Team.
  • Bright Start has a new toll free number for your convenience. 1-855-221-9265
  • Check out our brand new website: www.brightstartsc.com

Bright Start Now Providing ADULT Services

We specialize in:

  • Home and Community Based Waiver Services
  • Transition planning from school to adult services in the community
  • In-home supports for aging caregivers who provide care for a family member with disabilities and special needs
  • Services for consumers who have intellectual and related disabilities and autism.

If you would like more information about adult services, please contact:

Janis Moore at 803-714-0486
or by e-mail: Jmoore53@bellsouth.net

Need a Ride?

Transportation for Medicaid recipients is available for doctor appointments, dialysis, x-rays, lab work, drug store or other medical appointments.

  • To ask for a ride, call at least 3 days before your appointment.
  • Call Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
  • To cancel a ride call at least 24 hours in advance.
Access2 Care

If you live in one of these counties call toll free:

1-855-777-1255
Access2 Care

If you live in one of these counties call toll free:

1-855-777-1255
LogistiCare

If you live in one of these counties call toll-free:

1-866-910-7688
Aiken

Allendale

Bamberg

Barnwell

Beaufort

Berkeley

Calhoun

Charleston

Chester

Chesterfield

Clarendon

Colleton

Darlington

Dillon

Dorchester

Fairfield

Florence
Georgetown

Hampton

Horry

Jasper

Kershaw

Lancaster

Lee

Lexington

Marion

Marlboro

Newberry

Orangeburg

Richland

Sumter

Union

Williamsburg

York
Abbeville

Anderson

Cherokee

Edgefield

Greenville

Greenwood

Laurens

McCormick

Oconee

Pickens

Saluda

Spartanburg

Buddy Walk with The National Down Syndrome Society

The National Down Syndrome Society established the Buddy Walk to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome and to celebrate October, National Down Syndrome Awareness Month.

Anderson
October 9, 2011 at Anderson University (Athletic Campus)

Spartanburg
October 15, 2011 at SC School for the Deaf and the Blind (Outdoor Track)

Columbia
October 23, 2011 Saluda Shoals

For more information: www.familyconnectionsc.org

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