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Small Group Fitness Training (Adults)

Adults with Down syndrome are invited to join us for personalized workout classes, focusing on building foundational strength and functional skills. Each class is limited to 6 participants (or less) to ensure highly supportive training and individualized coaching.   NOTE: there are limited spots available to ensure self-advocates receive


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Social and Skill-Building Groups for Adults (On-Site)

Adults with Down syndrome are invited to join our skill-building and social programming that takes place on Tuesday evenings! Sessions are always a balance of continuing education and having a good time with friends. We’d love to see you there!  Tuesdays from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Dates of Service:


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*VIRTUAL* Social Groups for Adults

These VIRTUAL Social Groups for adults will focus on providing a structured environment for participants to socialize, learn, and have fun together!  Facilitated by Lifespan Services Team member, Lauren Spector. Thursdays from 5:00 – 6:00 pm Sessions: 2/29, 3/7, 3/28, 4/4, 4/11, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9 These groups are donor-funded/FREE,


*VIRTUAL* Social Groups (for Teens)

These VIRTUAL groups focus on providing a structured environment for teens to socialize, learn, and have fun!   Facilitated by Lifespan Services Team member, Lauren Spector. Tuesdays from 5:00-5:45 pm Sessions: 2/27, 3/5, 3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7 These groups are donor-funded/FREE, funded by our donors, Grantors and


Children’s Social Skills Group (On-Site)

Ages 6 – 12  |  Our Skills Series focuses on activities designed to help children develop and practice social skills. Our groups will focus on providing a structured environment for children to socialize, as well as opportunities to form strong friendships with others in the group. Wednesdays from 4:45


Special Olympics: Young Athletes

[For ages 4 – 7]  In partnership with Special Olympics, Young Athletes is designed to promote the development of an active lifestyle through play for children between the ages of 4 and 7. Self-advocates will engage in a variety of activities and games alongside their peers targeted towards gross


Health and Wellness Consultations

~Health & Wellness Consultations~ Would you like to talk to a health and wellness professional who understands Down syndrome to develop proactive strategies for incorporating more activity into your loved one’s life? This is a great first step towards better health. In-person and virtual appointments available. Please fill out


Employment Consultations

~Employment Consultations~ Is your self-advocate preparing for employment or needing support in their current job? Down Syndrome Innovations has a certified employment support professional to help your family navigate this journey. Sign up today for a complimentary employment consultation! Please submit an Interest Form and Amanda will contact you


Long-Term Planning Consultations

~Long-Term Planning Consultations~ We are committed to preparing your loved one with Down syndrome for a meaningful, productive, and authentic adult life! This requires future planning for parents and caregivers—and we are here to guide you every step of the journey! Long-Term Planning Consultations offer individualized support to parents/caregivers