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REFLECTING BACK. LOOKING AHEAD.
The birth of SESDAC. Dr. Monroe organized a meeting in Vermillion with other concerned citizens, the result of which was the formation of the Vocational Rehabilitation Committee of the Clay-Union Association for Retarded Citizens.
New Center opens on 207 Duke Street.
Finished construction on three residential homes and an apartment unit.
Federal Medicaid rules change allowing for the use of those dollars for Home and Community Based services.
SESDAC begins its first Family Support program in southeastern SD.
SESDAC closes its sheltered workshop.
Person Centered Thinking initiative kicks-off at SESDAC.
Receives 4 year accreditation from the Council on Quality and Leadership.
Today, SESDAC is centered on the basic principles of dignity, respect, and quality. Our thriving program has expanded services to include: residential, supported living, service coordination, job development and job coaching, transportation, medical services, family support services, as well as many others. We support almost 100 individuals in Clay and Union counties and another 140 children and families through Family Support programs in eastern SD.