Group: Conditions poor at some S.C. facilities for people with disabilities

07/22/2009 | Sun News (Myrtle Beach, S.C.), The

Several state-licensed South Carolina residential care facilities for people with disabilities are offering substandard care and conditions, according to the group Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities. The nonprofit agency said it found insect and rodent infestations, lack of access to medical care and other failings at six facilities. A state spokesman said the regulations and oversight of such facilities are already being examined.

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