Programs & Services

Programs & Services

Our experienced team of experts offers training, technical assistance, research and educational resources to help people with disabilities, families, health care professionals and educators. We encourage South Dakotans with disabilities to pursue active, self-determined lives.

We offer a diagnostic clinic for individuals who may have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Clients who receive an evaluation may leave the clinic with a wide variety of diagnoses and recommendations.

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We provide free early intervention services, including developmental screenings and evaluations, for families with children from birth to age three who have difficulty learning, growing or behaving like other children in their age group or have a medical condition which doctors feel may need special attention.

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This program provides technical assistance, training and resources to families and service providers of children (birth to 21) with varying levels of both hearing and vision loss.

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Our clinic provides appropriate diagnoses of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) with technical assistance to assist with the implementation of clinic recommendations. The diagnosis will allow professionals and families to develop strategies to improve the educational and health outcomes for the person with FASD.

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Our LEND clinic works to improve the health of infants and children with neurodevelopmental and related disabilities. We help families who are interested in learning how to support their child's strengths and address their weaknesses and health care needs.

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The Oyàte Circle is a resource, education, outreach and training effort that serves Native Americans with disabilities in South Dakota.

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The TransitionInAction Clinic generates recommended "next steps" to successful transitions for young adults with a disability and/or significant chronic health care needs.

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