Next Steps is programming for individuals that are around 8 years old through around 21 years old
Have you ever dreamed of being in a Rock Band? DSAGSL and Mozingo Music have teamed up to create a program called Rock 21!
Participants are placed into groups consisting of 4-5 musicians and learn how to work together to create a cohesive band. Each band will perform music based on their musical preferences and at the end of the program, participants will perform as a band at an actual performance venue in our community.
No music skills required for participation – Ages 10+ welcome (participants will be grouped by age and experience) – Classes will run for 8 weeks and meet one time per week for 1 ½ hours – Cost: $100 per student and includes a t-shirt – See application for preferred lesson times.
Please e-mail completed applications to Andi@dsagsl.org or mail to 8531 Page Ave, Suite 120. St. Louis, MO 63114.
Mark your Calendars! The Summer Rock 21 bands will perform live on stage on August 3rd at Tin Roof!! Visit our calendar for more information!
Educational Advocacy & Awareness Presentations
Raising awareness is part of our mission, and one way we do this is through presentations at schools and community group events. Presentations can be customized toward a younger audience, such as your child’s fifth grade class, focusing on inclusion, awareness, and acceptance. DSA can also give presentations intended for school staff members where a student with Down syndrome attends, employees of a business or company that employs individuals with Down syndrome, or any group that wants to learn more. Contact our Program and Education Coordinator, Andi McCormick, for more information or to schedule a presentation. 314-961.2504 or Andi@dsagsl.org
Night to Boogie
Join DSAGSL for a night of music and dancing at the Tin Roof for just $15! Abell DJ Company will be pumping out the tunes and Tin Roof will be serving up great food! Come dance the night away with DSAGSL! All proceeds benefit the Rock 21 Music Program.
August 8, 2019 | 6-9 PM
RSVP by August 1 and receive a FREE Pop-Socket Phone Stand!!
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.