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Straight from the DSAGSL
Registration Open for Bodies and Boundaries with Terri
There are still tables available. Please contact Barbara at 314.961.2504 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve yours now!
Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day with the DSAGSL
Family Movie Night - Disney's Frozen
Friday, March 21, 7p - 9p
NEW DSAGSL Office
The whole family is welcome for our first movie night at the
new office! Wear your pajams and bring your pillows,
blankets, sleeping bags and folding chairs. We will supply
the popcorn and drinks!
Check out our World Down Syndrome Day page for a list of all 3/21 activities and celebrations!
Down syndrome news and resources
March Coffee Talk: Special Needs Financial Planning
6-7pm at the NEW DSAGSL Office
Ever wondered how to plan financially to make sure your loved one's needs
are met? Join us at Coffee Talk for some insight on this topic. Contact Erin
at 314.961.2504 or email@example.com for more information or to RSVP.
The DSAGSL Wants YOUR Feedback!
We are planning our summer and fall programming and need your feedback and
ideas. Please complete this BRIEF survey by Friday, March 21 and be entered to
win a $25 Visa gift card! Click here to to start.
Saturday, April 12th
9:00am - 3:00pm at St. Lukes Hospital in Chesterfield
Terri Couwenhoven, the nationally known author of
Teaching Children with Down Syndrome about Their
Bodies, Boundaries and Sexuality and certified sexual
educator is hosting an interactive workshop on sexual
learning in individuals with disabilities, normal sexual
development across the lifespan, and issues and
concerns during puberty and beyond. For more
information about this unique workshop, contact Erin at
314.961.2504 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't Forget to Register for Our Spring Camps
Healthy U Overnight Camp – May 3d – May 4th @Camp Jump Start,
Imperial, MO. Adults with Down syndrome ages 18+ and their
parents are invited to join us for a weekend of wellness!
Lydia Cox Memorial Bike Camp – June 2nd – June 6th @ S. Tech High School. Individuals with Down syndrome ages 8+ learn to ride a two-wheel bicycle.For more information and to register, click here.
***Are you a parent, caregiver, sibling or professional who loves to bike? Are you interested in making friends and biking alongside people of all abilities? Contact Erin at email@example.com to find out how you can help with our new community biking club!***
Interested in helping the DSAGSL, but not sure what you can do? We are always
looking for donations to help provide programs and services for our families. Drop
by our office or drop us a line in the mail if you would like to donate any of the
Gift cards for SAM’s club, Dierbergs, Schnucks and other local grocers.
$0.48 or Forever stamps
Bubble/padded mailing envelopes
Paper goods (plates, towels, etc.)
iTunes gift cards (app downloads)
Stories, photos and videos to put a smile on your face
Photos from Washington, D.C.
Ask Megan - From D.C.
Blog - Departing Holland
10 Things People with Down syndrome Would Like You To Know
Local links, community groups and more
Relay and Run for 21k
Recreation Council Summer Resource Guide