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DakotaLink is a statewide program of resources and supports that enable individuals in South Dakota greater access to assistive technology devices and services, to maintain independence, to explore funding options, and to become educated about assistive technology issues.
Individuals with functional limitations who need assistive devices and/or services of any age
Parents or caregivers of people who need assistive devices and/or services
Professionals who need assistive technology information
DHS assists citizens of South Dakota in obtaining services and support in the following areas, substance abuse and prevention, developmental disabilities, mental health, vocational rehabilitation and services to the blind and visually impaired.