Silver Steps - for active aging adults with Down syndrome and their families

Fortunately, individuals with Down syndrome are living longer lives than ever before.  Unfortunately, the services these individuals need and deserve aren’t always readily available.  The Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis is dedicated to working with families and support providers to identify and address the needs of our Active Aging Adult population through programs, resources, education, and advocacy.

Family Resource Network

This support group is a way to connect with other parents, siblings and caregivers who are taking care of an adult with Down syndrome. Typical topics discussed include housing, transportation, health, benefits, and social activities.

JOIN US!  The next meeting on Zoom is Wednesday, February 16 at 6:30 pm. RSVP to Makini Anwisye at 314-961-2504 or to get the zoom link or visit our calendar!

Resources and Information about Aging with Down syndrome

Visit our resources page to find links, articles, presentations and videos on topics important to adults with Down syndrome and our aging community.

Secure Futures Workshops:
A Vision for a Good LIfe

These parent and caregiver workshops bring in expert speakers to discuss topics important to the future of adults with Down syndrome. Topics covered include physical health, mental health, fitness and nutrition, and financial planning.