Empowering People

Beaufort County Developmental Center

BCDC

Building Confidence, Dignity, and Choice
The Beaufort County Developmental Center’s (BCDC) mission is to empower citizens with developmental challenges through service alternatives which promote…
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Adult Day Services

BCDC is serving a number of seniors, whose needs are changing due to age. These are people who are 50 to 55 years of age and over and, like everyone else that age, are beginning to think about retirement, recreation, and leisure.

Beaufort Area Transit System

The Beaufort Area Transit System was established to meet the needs of the general public, special needs of the elderly, persons with disabilities, and disadvantaged persons for whom mass transportation services are unavailable, insufficient, or inappropriate.

Child Development Services

The mission of the CDC is to provide an inclusive setting (serving children with and without disabilities) that promotes acceptance of differences, a healthy expression of strengths and needs, and supports to parents for the growth and proper development of their children by providing opportunities for independence, readiness, interactions and challenges.

Residential Services

Residential services of Beaufort County Developmental Center are offered to provide people with developmental disabilities the chance to experience life on their own with the safety net of the residential staff.

ACCOUNTABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY

BCDC conducts audits and surveys for all of our programs to benchmark how we are doing and learn how we can improve.

As with BCDC’s other programs, Residential Services conducts annual satisfaction surveys of both our residents and their families.  The categories addressed in the surveys include: Quality of Services, Professionalism/Experience of Staff, Physical Environment/Facilities, Personal and Family Involvement, and Changes that would enhance the quality of the Resi-dential Program services. These graphs represent the results:

As with BCDC’s other programs, Residential Services conducts annual satisfaction surveys of both our residents and their families.  The categories addressed in the surveys include: Quality of Services, Professionalism/Experience of Staff, Physical Environment/Facilities, Personal and Family Involvement, and Changes that would enhance the quality of the Resi-dential Program services. These graphs represent the results:

  • Resident Satisfaction 97%
  • Quality of Service 95%
  • Professionalism 95%
  • Facilities 70%
  • Family Involvement 85%

“With me being blind, I could not attend school or get home without the Beaufort Area Transit System.”

Lee B.

BATS Passenger

“Mr. (Driver) was a WONDERFUL driver.  He helped with my son and had him saying, ’He is such a good driver!’

Patricia W.

BATS Passenger

The [BATS] dispatcher is a bubbly person, and I’m glad she works there!”

Donna S.

BATS Passenger

“His attention to detail and driving style made me feel safe and secure.”

Ronnie S.

BATS Passenger