Since 1975, we’ve remained committed to showing the world the incredible potential that deaf people bring. Check out this video of some of the highlights of the past 45 years.
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Giving Tuesday is a global effort to raise funds for communities and organizations. Find out how you can participate with CSD of South Dakota.
The dedicated staff at CSD of South Dakota have made an impact on so many lives. Meet some of the individuals in this blog.
MaKenzie Ovenstone has been working with Isaiah, a hard of hearing 5-year-old for 4 months, as his deaf mentor.
Communication Service for the Deaf is excited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This important civil rights law prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public.
It’s not easy to transition from a traditional office to a home office. Since going virtual in 2017, CSD employees have learned how to overcome the biggest barriers to work-life balance in a remote setting:
Our Board of Directors has a new member! CSD is proud to announce that Elise Nye will serve on the Board of Directors effective July 1, 2020. She joins nine other board members whose role is to provide overall strategic guidance to the organization.
Everyone has the ability to become a leader. You just need to chart your own course – as CSD board member and communication advocate, Mark Seeger shared with #TeamCSD. Mark presented on the final day of CSD’s November Employee Summit to share his personal journey of leadership. His remarks addressed the things that both worked and didn’t work for him, what he wished he had done, and next steps for summit participants.
Although Communication Service for the Deaf’s headquarters moved from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to Austin, Texas, in 2012, its roots remain strong in SD. CSD SD’s focus is empowering the state’s D/HH residents and educating the communities they live in.