Welcome to our Family Information page!
The Center for Disabilities and South Dakota Parent Connection present the Parent Education and Support Sessions. These meetings are held on a monthly basis during the school year and provide information on a wide variety of topics. Download the flyer for the Parent Education and Support Series for more information.
Parent Education and Support Series
The following programs at the Center for Disabilities provide direct services in the form of clinics and/or technical assistance. For more information on the services available from each of the programs, visit their page by clicking on the name of the program.
Autism Spectrum Disorders Program
Birth to 3 Connections
South Dakota LEND Program
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Services
The Center for Disabilities produces a variety of publications on topics related to disabilities. To learn more or download our publications, visit the Information Dissemination page of our web site.
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The Coordination of Rare Diseases at Sanford (CoRDS) Registry is the first national registry to incorporate multiple and ultimately all rare genetic diseases. By establishing a central registry of persons with a confirmed diagnosis of any rare disease, we can help accelerate research efforts for effective treatment. Visit the CoRDS website for more information.
Use the following links to access our "Links" pages. Each "Links" page provides links to other web resources which may be helpful in your search for information about each topic. We are currently in the process of adding additional links and "Links" pages - please check back soon for the latest updates!
Autism Spectrum Disorders