Who we are
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit direct service provider that empowers those with autism and intellectual disabilities to thrive on their own. We offer a range of programs, camps, activities and classes that teach the life and social skills one needs to live independently as possible.
What we do
When a family gets the news that their child is diagnosed with autism and/or intellectual disabilities they can feel helpless. SOS answers their call for help. We can provide guidance, programs, resources and support to those diagnosed, along with their families, so they may seek comfort in knowing their child can have an independent future.
Our mission is to answer the call for help when individuals or families are facing the challenges of autism and intellectual disabilities.
Our vision is to provide the resources needed for independent living for all individuals in South Carolina with autism and Intellectual disabilities so they are not in danger of becoming homeless.
Innovation – We will share ideas and thoughts about new programs and process improvements.
Accountability – We will take responsibility for our attitudes and encourage people to see things in a different light. Positive and negative energy are very contagious.
Honesty – We are mirrors reflecting our attitudes and behaviors to the world.
Employee Development – We will improve ourselves intentionally.
Integrity – We will recognize personal and professional boundaries.
Diversity – We will respect everyone we work with.
Courage – We will have courage in our decision making.
Trust – We will trust each other and the decisions that are being made by co-workers, supervisors, and the organization.