A Heart for Down Syndrome
Decorate a heart as a thank you to Mr. Albert Pujols for his continued support
Celiac Disease and Down syndrome
Approximately 1% to 3% of the general population is estimated to have celiac disease, but a recent study suggests that people with Down syndrome are six times more likely to develop celiac at some point during their lives.
Back to School Info & Navigating IEPs
Here are some resources you and your family may find helpful as you transition out of the summertime schedule and into a new school year routine.
Assistive Technology and Down syndrome
Individuals with Down syndrome can benefit greatly from using assistive technology in school, work, and other areas of life.
DSAGSL Ready 2 Work Program is BACK!
The DSAGSL Pop Up Marketplace and Ready 2 Work Employment and Training Program is back!
DS-ASD Dual Diagnosis- info and a parent’s perspective
My Thoughts & Journey with the Dual Diagnosis of Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Meet the Newest Members of the DSAGSL Young Friends Board, Tiffany & Joseph!
In Celebration of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st, we interviewed two of the
Making Plans for Summer 2022
Summer camps and program fill up quickly, especially now with limited group sizes and staff
Mental Health & Down Syndrome
The ongoing pandemic has led to increases in anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges for
Our Journey with Down Syndrome and Autism: The Missing Puzzle Piece
Written by Kristi Denner Receiving a dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Meet Max: DSAGSL’s Spring 2021 Intern
Meet Max: DSAGSL Spring 2021 Intern! My name is Max Schechter, and I am a
The Impact of Improv Comedy on Performers with Down Syndrome
by DSAGSL Guest Writer, Jeff Ponder Improvisation is more than just laughs. It’s about working
DSAGSL Family Provides Dolls with Down syndrome to Area Schools
Paige Carlson, mother to Cooper who has Down syndrome, has a heartwarming story about a
National Down Syndrome Adoption Network (NDSAN)
The NDSAN needs your help! They are looking to add more families to their registry who are open to adopting an older child, as this has become an increased need.
Our DS-ASD Journey- by Mary Hart
Our DS-ASD Journey, by Mary Hart It’s been like night and day from 35 years
What I’m Up To & What I Miss- by Kaitlyn Trower
What I’m Up To & What I Miss- by Kaitlyn Trower WHAT I MISS -going
Staying Home & Staying Safe? Me, too! by Grace Mehan
Staying Home and Staying Safe? Me, too! by Grace Mehan, DSAGSL Self-Advocate of the Year
We are Dancing for Down Syndrome! There’s a new social media challenge and it’s all
A Parent’s Perspective on Dual Diagnosis
This post discusses the Ponder family’s journey with discovering child Shea has a dual diagnosis
World Down Syndrome Day 2020
Video from www.worlddownsyndromeday2.org How Do You Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day? Every day is a