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The Down Syndrome Association of Houston’s Club 21 is having a Bingo Night!! Let’s kick off 2015 with friends, great food and Bingo! Teens and adults are invited to join us at our Annual Club 21 Bingo Night! Please bring a $5 prize to share. Date: Saturday January 24th, 2015 Time: 5pm – 8pm Location: DSRC […]
Celebrating Love and Hope has never been easier! With our glorious 2015 DSAH calendar, your family and friends can celebrate all of our loved ones with Down syndrome! They make wonderful holiday presents! Get your calendar today for just $10 plus tax.
Smart Start is coming! One of the best gifts you can give your child is a great foundation before they begin kindergarten. The DSAH invites you to attend the four Smart Start sessions that will help you better understand what successful students with Down syndrome have in common. Entering kindergarten is a critical transition for […]
The Down Syndrome Association of Houston (DSAH) has been an important part of the Greater Houston community for 40 years. What started out as a small group that met in the basement of Texas Children’s Hospital has grown into a thriving, multi-faceted program with more than 1,800 members from all over the Houston area. DSAH has branched out into community groups in Baytown, Katy, Pearland, Spring, The Woodlands, northwest Houston, and the Inner Loop.
Our mission at DSAH is to provide programs and support to individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the professionals who serve them, and to create awareness in the community through advocacy, education and medical outreach.
We envision a community in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to enhance the quality of their life, realize their life aspirations, and become accepted as part of our very diverse society.
As DSAH has grown, we have gradually developed programs for all age groups, including prenatal counseling and/or adoption referral, New Baby Gift Baskets delivered to area hospitals, Smart Start for kids entering the public school system, and our Education for Life program for adults. We invite you to learn more about Down syndrome, read our current newsletter, and explore this site to learn more about our programs and services and how to get involved.
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The Board of Directors
Down Syndrome Association of Houston