Small Steps

Small Steps is programming for children that are age 2 years old to around 8 years old. This is a critical stage in the development of children with Down syndrome who may need extra therapies and interventions.  These programs are aimed at providing access to information and resources, networking with other families that have children in similar developmental stages, as well as meeting the needs of our community.

Therapeutic Playgroups

Playgroups for babies and toddlers and networking opportunity for parents.  Dates vary, follow us on Facebook, join our e-news mailing list, or check our calendar for upcoming dates.

Small Steps Summer Day Camp

The DSAGSL Small Steps Therapy Day Camp is preschool aged children with Down syndrome. Campers spend the week learning with an Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Speech & Language Pathologist, and Music Therapist. 

Down Syndrome Education Specialist Program

This program is for educators and parents to provide them with information, resources, and tools to create a meaningful educational experience for students with Down syndrome.