Developmental Center For Exceptional ChildrenStorefront Stories
Developmental Center For Exceptional Children (DCEC) was established in 1974 and is the only preschool/Day Center that serve children living with disabilities in a setting designed to meet their individual needs. Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee Counties.
At DCEC our mission is to serve children living with disabilities in a setting designed to meet their individual needs. We coordinate with parents, guardians, teachers, therapists, and doctors to provide appropriate instruction and a safe and encouraging environment, so these exceptional children have exceptional futures.
Developmental Center For Exceptional Children (DCEC)
1100 W Franklin St,
Anderson, SC 29624
This video story was crafted and produced by digital media students from Anderson University’s Communication Program. As an Assistant Professor of Communication and owner of Rettew Creative, Bobby Rettew led a team of students in the COM 351 Corporate Video Production class to create these stories. This project provided a unique opportunity where students were able to leverage their technical video production skills along with enhancing their soft skills by interacting with clients and connecting with the downtown Anderson business community.
Each class Bobby Rettew shares, “Video production is more than the technical knowledge necessary to capture the story, but also the culmination people management skills and the ‘Tetris’ game of managing all the stakeholders calendars. To find and tell stories, you must know how to work with people and meet them where they are!”
Anderson University Production Team:
Caroline Fowler: Produer/Camera Operator
Ridge Rogers: Video Editor
Abby Dunson: Produer/Camera Operator