Programs for School-Aged
The DSAGSL is the only agency in the region serving individuals with Down syndrome, and their families, through the entire lifespan. This includes school-aged individuals with Down syndrome. We offer programs related to education, as well as recreation, socialization, and important life skills.
Join us on Zoom once a week, Thursdays starting September 15th from 7:00pm-8:00pm for a group Ukulele class! Learn songs everyone loves like tunes from Disney movies and hitts from the radio. The class is free to join and you can hop on anytime! Click here to join the zoom or visit our Website Calendar for more information
Need a ukulele? Contact Andi@dsagsl.org or 314-961-2504
Bodies and Boundaries
THE PROGRAM: The Bodies and Boundaries program is designed so that care givers can continue these conversations at home and add their own pictures or drawings to the boards that were created to address the specific personal needs of their loved one.
SESSION 1: The class will use a social story and picture cards to address appropriate touch and body safety, and use boards and pictures that address “What I may be thinking, but must stay in my head and what I may be thinking and can talk about”
SESSION 2: This session is designed to create awareness about public and private settings along with public and private behavior using picture cards.
DETAILS: This class is appropriate for those around 8 years old and up. Please note that parents/guardians are required to be with their loved one with Down syndrome during the class. Materials for the class will need to be picked up at DSAGSL, or we will need at least 1 week notice to mail out materials.
The Fall Session will be Monday, September 11 & Tuesday, September 12 form 6:30-7:30 on Zoom
Fridays at DSAGSL & Saturdays at St. Louis Life
Classes will meet on Fridays at the DSAGSL office in Brentwood starting August 18, and Saturdays at St Louis Life in O’Fallon starting August 19.
Our concert will be on October 14 at Chaminade High school. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the show is 6:00-9:00 pm
The cost for the session is $100 per student (scholarships are available) and tickets to the concert are just $10 for audience members.
Questions? Contact Andi at: email@example.com
Let's Hang Out - A DSAGSL Community Group
Meets Monthly at Various Locations
This group is for tweens to young adults with Down syndrome, and their families, to come together and hang out once a month together! The group meets all over the St. Louis region at different locations for different types of activities. Check out their upcoming fall get together at Grants Farm Halloween Nights!