toddlers playing in water
SDSD sign language class
toddlers playing in playhouse
SDSD staff pose for a picture
children smiling
girl participating in hearing screening

Accessibility at SDSD

The South Dakota School for the Deaf (SDSD) is committed to web accessibility for all, regardless of ability or disability. We work continually to improve the accessibility and usability of our digital content, informed by web accessibility standards. Accessibility is an ideal and responsibility that we share with the greater community. We collaborate with our webmaster to make this website and its contents as accessible as possible.

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Tip of the MonthClick the image below for a Camp UBU (You Be You) Announcement!

Early Hearing Detection & Intervention

The Joint Committee on Infant Hearing and U.S. Public Health Service's Healthy People 2010 health objectives recommend that all newborns be screened for hearing loss by 1 month of age, have diagnostic follow-up by 3 months of age, and receive appropriate intervention services by 6 months of age. Early hearing screening is critical in making the best decision for a child's future.
Check out the above video about early hearing detection and identification. The video was created through the collaborative efforts of South Dakota Department of Health (https://doh.sd.gov), University of South Dakota, and South Dakota School for the Deaf.

Contact Us

SDSD - Sioux Falls Office

4101 W 38th St., Suite 101
Sioux Falls, SD 57106

Phone: 605-367-5200
Video Phone: 605-496-9058
Fax: 605-367-5209

 

 

SDSD - West River Clinic

2138 Jackson Blvd
Rapid City, SD 57702

Phone: 605-791-7839
Fax: 605-394-2427