Children's Care Hospital & School is not your typical place to work-in fact, only a handful of organizations like Children's Care exist in the world. Our families often tell us they feel lucky to live near an organization that can do so much to help their child.

Working at Children's Care may not be the easiest job you'll ever have, but it just might be the most rewarding. You'll have the opportunity to work alongside the best in the field, helping children with a wide range of developmental and behavioral diagnoses, as well as rehabilitation patients. You'll be well-trained to work with children with special needs, and have the opportunity to advance in your career. Explore this site to learn more about Children's Care, and consider whether working for us is the right step for you. For more information about the services at Children's Care click HERE.

Our Mission
Children's Care Hospital & School provides excellence in person-centered services for individuals with special health care and education needs.

Commitment to Diversity
We are committed to the policy of providing equally employment opportunities for training, compensation, transfer, promotion, and other aspects of employment for all qualified applications and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status.

Children's Care History
Children's Care Hospital & School Care is an independent, non-profit organization with centers in Sioux Falls and Rapid City, SD, which annually serves over 2400 children with special needs from birth to age 21. It was established in 1952 for children recovering from polio, and has evolved to serve children with a wide range of physical, cognitive, and behavioral challenges.

Services include special education, therapies (speech, occupational, physical, behavioral, and music), autism/behavioral services, medical care, and rehabilitation programs. Care is delivered through outreach programs, with professionals traveling across the state to treat children in their homes and schools; at outpatient centers in Sioux Falls and Rapid City; and at the 114-bed residential program in Sioux Falls, where many day students also attend classes in the 15-classroom school.