- Family Fun Day at Power P Jul 29
- STARS Summer Camp- Happy Aug 01
- 7-11 Music and Movement P Aug 01
- STARS Summer KC Zoo Outin Aug 04
- New Parent & Extended Fam Aug 05
- Club 3-21 Bowling at Park Aug 07
- STARS Summer Camp- Talent Aug 08
- STARS Back to School Danc Aug 23
- Club 3-21 Parking Lot Par Aug 29
- STARS T-Bones Night at th Sep 01
Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City
5960 Dearborn Street, Suite 100
Mission, KS 66202
Down Syndrome Guild of
Greater Kansas City
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The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide support and resources for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them. DSG seeks to provide the entire community with information and education to broaden awareness and foster positive attitudes regarding people with Down syndrome.
We are happy to announce that the 22nd Annual Step Up Walk and Family Festival will be Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 11:00am -3:00pm at Arrowhead Stadium. Please join us for a day of family fun, as we celebrate all individuals with Down syndrome.
SUPPORT BREAKFAST-AUG 5TH
Parents of 0-2 year olds with Down syndrome and their extended family members are invited to join DSG for our quarterly support breakfast. This is a great networking and resource sharing opportunity for families new to the diagnosis. Experienced parents who have older children with Down syndrome serve as facilitators and are available to answer questions. Register by July 31st here.
Special Books by Special Kids
Chris Ulmer from Special Books by Special Kids visited DSG in April and talked Zach, Joey, Morgan, and Sam. Clink on the links below to watch the videos.
Morgan & Joey's video (viewed 9.5M times)
Sam's video (viewed 922,000 times)
Zach’s video (viewed 500,000 times)
Fostering Independence in Students
With Down syndrome
Click here to download the presentation materials.
AGING AND DOWN SYNDROME SURVEY
Parents and caregivers of individuals with Down syndrome who are 25+ years of age are invited to complete an aging and Down syndrome survey to help DSG plan fof the future. Click the image below to complete the survey.
a common goal and symbol
There are a number of organizations supporting the acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome. We all share a common goal. Yet, Down syndrome lacks a common identity. So we created one. This universal symbol of DS brings forward in a unique way the one thing that makes Trisomy 21 special— one extra chromosome. With this universal symbol we hope to gain better awareness and ultimately create better outcomes for the individuals and families affected by DS.
"Just Like You - DS" Film
Producer Jen Greenstreet, of Just Like You Films Inc. and the Down Syndrome Guild of KC collaborated on this project to help explain the condition and provide suggestions on how to be supportive.You can view the film, read about the cast, list a screening, or download a discussion guide at the film website www.justlikeyou-downsyndrome.org Order a copy of the DVD HERE.
2016 YEAR IN REVIEW