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Give your ₵hange on May 6 to change the face of child abuse!

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On May 6, 2014, The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center will participate in Lowcountry Giving Day, a special day of giving in the Lowcountry sponsored by the Coastal Community Foundation. Through the generosity of the Pearlstine Family each gift you make to DNLCC online on May 6 will be amplified, expanding the financial impact of each gift and creating the opportunity for a truly transformative day.
Every dollar you give becomes two dollars to heal the trauma of abuse for a child!

Lift the Lowcountry is part of a larger national effort called Give Local America. Its aim is to encourage us all to make gifts that support causes we care about in our community. Part contest, part referendum, all good with over 100 community foundations nationwide working in concert to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the first community foundation. All are united promoting generosity where we live and work.

Sara Schuh Child Abuse Conference



 2014 Sara Schuh Child Abuse Conference

April 24-25, 2014
Mount Pleasant, SC


We are honored to name this annual conference for Dr. Sara Schuh, the MUSC Pediatrician who is a pioneer in the field of child abuse pediatrics. She continues to this day to promote clinical excellence and inter-disciplinary care to children affected by concerns of child abuse and neglect.


Pre-registration is now closed!


You may register at the door on Thursday morning.

Registration is $50 for both days, including lunch on Friday.
Please note - substitutions will be allowed until April 11; there will be no refunds.

Conference location:
Seacoast Church
750 Long Point Road
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Check-in will open at 8am on Thursday, April 24 and at 9:30am on Friday, April 25.

Click here for the full conference agenda.

Click here to read about the conference speakers.

Continuing education credits will be available:
 -Medical doctors (additional fee applies) - 11.5 credit hours 
-Nurses/nurse practitioners - 10 credit hours
Social workers/mental health counselors
(including LPC, LMSW, LMFT) - 11.5 credit hours

-Attorneys - 11.5 credit hours
-Law enforcement - 11.5 credit hours
-Victim service providers - 11.5 credit hours
See brochure for more details.


For more information, please contact Anna Shaw at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 843.723.3600.


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