We support individuals with disabilities, their families and the people with whom they interact to enhance community participation and quality of life.
Our family action team develops new ways to engage families in our communities. We support families by:
We collaborate with:
We provide assistance to parents and caregivers of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder by building a network of support. Meetings allow parents to share experiences, discuss issues surrounding autism and offer advice. Parents and caregivers of individuals of all ages on the autism spectrum are welcome to join us at our monthly meeting.
We collaborate with South Dakota Parent Connection to help inform parents of people with disabilities. Topics for the Parent Education Series are determined by interest or need. Sessions are made available either in person at the Center for Disabilities or online through Adobe Connect.
Sessions are held during the school year, approximately every three months, from 7-8:30 p.m. CST. No registration is necessary. See current offerings.
For more information on sibling groups, check out: