State Resources-South Dakota

The resources listed below provide information and referral or direct services to deaf and hard of hearing children.  They will be able to answer your questions about deafness and related information, or refer you to the most appropriate organizations and services in your area.  This is not a comprehensive list, but rather a starting point to help you identify the different types of services available statewide.  The State Office of Special Education provides information about local elementary and secondary programs for deaf and hard of hearing students.

STATE SCHOOL
South Dakota School for the Deaf
2001 East 8th Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57103-1899
TTY/V: 605-367-5200
FAX: 605-367-5209
E-mail: sdsd@sdbor.edu
Website: http://www.sdsd.sdbor.edu/

DEAF-BLIND SERVICES
Helen Keller National Center, Region 8
1880 South Pierce Street, Suite 5
Lakewood, CO 80232
TTY/V: 303-934-9037
FAX: 303-934-2939
E-mail: hkncmo@tde.com  
Website: http://www.helenkeller.org/  

STATE OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
South Dakota Department of Education
Office of Special Education and Support
700 Governors Drive
Pierre, SC 57501
V: 605-773-3678
FAX: 605-773-3782
Website: http://sdesa.k12.sd.us/

STATE OFFICE ON DEAFNESS
Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD)
102 North Krohn Place
Sioux Falls, SD 57103
TTY: 605-367-5760
TTY: 1-800-273-3323 (toll free)
V: 605-367-5761
V: 1-800-642-6410 (toll free)
FAX: 605-367-5958
Website: http://www.c-s-d.org/ 

STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
Department of Human Services

Office of Deaf Services
Hillsview Plaza
300 East Highway 34
% 500 East Capitol
Pierre, SD 50501-5070
TTY/V: 605-773-3195
FAX: 605-773-5483
Website: http://dhs.sd.gov/rehabservices/vocrehabservices.aspx

RESOURCE CENTER ON DEAFNESS
Gallaudet University Regional Center
Gallaudet University Regional Center
John A. Logan College
700 Logan College Road
Carterville, IL 62918
Website: http://www.jalc.edu/gurc/

 

Last revised January 2015

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