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Be Part of the Conversation.

Relay South Dakota provides telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-disabled. We are available:

24 hours a day, 365 days a year

with no restrictions on the length or number of calls placed. It’s as easy as 7-1-1.

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Not sure which phone to choose? Take the "Match Me Quiz" and find out!

Relay South Dakota Updates

What is Relay South Dakota?

What is Relay South Dakota?

Posted Jan 05, 2016

The goal of Relay South Dakota is to help people who are deaf, are hard of hearing, are deaf-blind or have a speech disability to be a part of the conversation in an easy-to-use, affordable manner.

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Your Parent Has Been Diagnosed with Hearing Loss. Now What?

Your Parent Has Been Diagnosed with Hearing Loss. Now What?

Posted Apr 17, 2018

Age-related hearing loss is very common. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), nearly 25% of those ages 65 to 74 and 50% of those who are 75 and older have disabling hearing loss.

Much of the turmoil surrounding this time for aging adults is rooted in a fear of losing their independence. This can lead to a wide variety of emotions for everyone in the family, but most especially for your mom or dad.  

Here’s what to do after your parent has been diagnosed with hearing loss.  

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Top 5 Amplified Phones for Seniors

Top 5 Amplified Phones for Seniors

Posted Mar 28, 2018

All amplified phones are not created equal! From a phone’s design to the features it comes with, it can be confusing to know which one is right for you. We turned to Amazon, one of the world’s largest online retailers, to find some of the highest-rated cordless and corded amplified phones available from Relay South Dakota.   

Check out the top five amplified phones for seniors, as rated by Amazon.com consumer reviews. 

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Leaving on a Jet Plane: Travel Tips for People with Hearing Loss

Leaving on a Jet Plane: Travel Tips for People with Hearing Loss

Posted Mar 19, 2018

Traveling for fun is scientifically proven to make us happier and healthier, but if you’re traveling with hearing loss it can be stressful, too. If you’re one of the over 20 million people in the U.S. with hearing loss, don’t stay home. Travel prepared!   

Check out these travel tips for people with hearing loss. 

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