Information on the programs they offer, and upcoming events.
Includes a list of the organization's goals, and information about their library and events.
Dedicated to improving the lives of persons with Down syndrome. Includes information on scholarships, and resources.
Providing support, information, resources and education. Offers monthly meetings, newsletter and social activities.
Has photo gallery and a list of the association's board members.
Education, events and information for people interested in helping with Down syndrome awareness in St. Louis Missouri. Includes events, forums and alerts.
DSAJ is a non-profit organization providing awareness and education and helping individuals with this condition reach their full potential. Includes information and details of events and activities.
Articles, newsletters, stories and photos for people with Down syndrome, their families, friends, educators and health care professionals.
Offering support meetings, information for new parents and calendars of events.
Information on education and health as it relates to Down Syndrome.
Non profit foundation in Spain offering support, services and training.
An online community which has been developed to provide families and those involved in the care of people with Down syndrome with access to a support network and up-to-date information on national and international news and developments relating to Down syndrome.
Based in the United Kingdom. Working to advance the development and education of individuals with Down syndrome
KCDSG seeks to provide the entire community with information and education to broaden awareness and foster positive attitudes regarding people with Down syndrome. Includes activities, and how you can help.
International federation of Down Syndrome organizations, seeking funds to assist people with Down syndrome in less developed countries.
Information on the Antioxidant Research Project and raising funds for it. Includes news, health issues, research, events, education, alternate therapies and contact details.
Articles on psychological, social, and physical development, also on health issues. Research project reports and summaries.
Information on clinical, biomedical, and scientific research into Down syndrome.
Parent friendly support and information relating to heart conditions associated with Down Syndrome. Includes news, contact information and links.
Down Syndrome Association of Orange County, based in Santa Ana, California.
Non-profit organization proving medical support and consultation to persons with Down syndrome and their families. Information about services, staff, and volunteers, FAQs, and special events.
Offering parental support meetings, information on upcoming local events and an information for new parents.
The organizations' goals, and also how to get on the MR Waiver List.
Provides information and support for people with this condition and their families.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center offers innovative approaches to caring for children with Down Syndrome.
Funding biomedical research that will accelerate the development of treatments to significantly improve cognition (i.e. learning, memory, and speech) for individuals with Down syndrome. Details about DSRTF, about DS and news.
Down Syndrome Family Support and Advocacy Group of Michiana is a non profit serving Northern Indiana and South West Michigan. They serve people with Down Syndrome and their families by offering education, advocacy, research, and fellowship.
In Chicago. Includes a bulletin board.
Not-for-profit organization supporting research in the United States. Includes details of education and advocacy programs.
Provides information, resources, support, and education, as well as teaching advocacy and networking opportunities.
Resources and abstracts for parents and professionals on communication, early intervention, therapies, medicine, literacy, medical issues, mathematics, vitamins and other supplements.
Has a section on research, as well as examples of the Kids 'R Kids calendar.
Has a listing of Down Syndrome events in their area, also many poems and stories.
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