During these unprecedented times, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. We want to assure you that I.M.P.A.C.T. South Carolina is working hard to ensure that all the activities are completed in a safe manner. So as right now the activities will be done online and if anyone needs to contact IMPACT, they can contact Kristi Hartwell at Kristi.firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-935-5947.
If you are interested in being a speaker at the 2020 Disability Advocacy Day at the State House on March 17, 2020, please contact Connie Gallman at email@example.com or
The DAD Rally will start at approximately 11:00 am. The 2020 Self Advocate of the Year will be named at 11:30. The schedule for the day is:
9:30 – Welcome, Announcements and Opening Remarks
9:40- Keynote Speaker
9:50- Visit Legislators
11:00 Self Advocate Rally
11:30 Announcement of Self Advocate of the Year
Jonathan Pringle – He the President. He is from Marion County. He likes playing basketball, writing songs, singing and rapping and traveling. Self-advocacy means being a good leader and helping others get what they need.
Terone Manning – He is the Vice President. He is from Fairfield county. He likes watching football, shopping, and being active in his church. Self-advocacy means standing up and speaking for yourself and others.
Angela Greene – She is the Secretary. She is from Richland county. She likes to go to the movies, reading, writing, playing board games, such as UNO, Checkers, and Trouble. She also likes to visit and learn about different cities and countries. Self-advocacy means making choices for my life to help make it better