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We serve over 600 individuals age 16 and older with various disabilities.

Creating Possibilities: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Three keynote speakers, 20 breakout sessions, and plenty of prizes are lined up for the technology conference on May 19-20, "Creating Possibilities: Where the Rubber Meets the Road." Black Hills Works is hosting the conference which will be held on the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology campus. Participants will find out how technology can be used to promote an independent and full life for the people they support.  Service providers, family, and other supporters of people with cognitive disabilities, physical disabilities, or age related and medical limitations will all benefit from attending the conference. Attendees can anticipate hearing from leaders in the field, learning about best practices, and taking home practical solutions that are easily implemented. To find out how you can participate, contact Connie Melvin at extension 718-6289. 

Late registration is $135.

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Champion snow boarder to keynote conference

We’re pleased to announce that our keynote for the 8th annual Black Hills Brain Injury Conference will be champion snow boarder, Kevin Pearce. Kevin won three medals at the 2008 Winter X Games XII in Aspen, Colorado. He was also the first athlete in X Games history to compete in three medal events in one day. He was injured in 2009 while training for the Olympics. His injury and amazing recovery has led to him being an outspoken advocate of helmet safety. The 2013 documentary, "The Crash Reel" has become a widely viewed documentary. He also was recently featured in National Geographic’s "Adventures of the Year" 2014. Additionally, Kevin has been an advocate for people with Down Syndrome because he has a brother who has Down Syndrome.

The Black Hills Brain Injury Conference will be held May 8-9 at the Ramkota Hotel in Rapid City. It is hosted by The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center. For more information see their website, www.brainrehab.org.  

 

In a snapshot

Black Hills Works in Rapid City, SD provides quality services and supports to people with disabilities. We serve over 600 individuals age 16 and older with various disabilities including learning and developmental disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, head trauma, chronic mental illness, physical impairments, and others. Throughout vocational training and Employment Resources, we also provide our business customers with business solutions and a dependable work force.

Services and Supports

Black Hills Works, Rapid City, SD, provides quality services and supports to people with disabilities so they can work toward reaching their potential and living the lives they choose. We work to develop options for each person who, in turn, selects services on his or her needs and desires.

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Call our job line at 605-343-4581 for current openings or apply on line. To learn more about what particular, positions entail, see our video gallery. Learn more on our career opportunities page.

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Black Hills Works, Rapid City, SD, provides quality services and supports to people with disabilities so they can work toward reaching their potential and living the lives they choose. We work to develop options for each person who, in turn, selects services on his or her needs and desires.

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3650 Range Road - Rapid City, South Dakota 57702
PO Box 2104 - Rapid City, South Dakota 57709
Tel: 1 - 605-343-4550
Mail: drosby@bhws.com