Down syndrome services and resources for every stage of the journey. A lifetime of
support for a life
full of opportunities
Our Promise

Our Promise

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Down Syndrome Innovations is your trusted source for life-changing services for people with Down syndrome, their families, and communities. Our expert resources, comprehensive support, and partnership with families empower and enable individuals with Down syndrome to live to their fullest potential.

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New Parents

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Childhood

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Adulthood

Who We Are

Our Services

Innovative Spirit

Our innovative spirit keeps us at the forefront, imagining possibilities and advancing the field of knowledge.

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Informed Optimism

Our informed optimism sees bright possibilities for people with Down syndrome based on decades of real

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Broad Vision

Our broad vision includes multiple facets across the full lifespan for seamless transitions in support.

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Singular Focus

Our singular focus on Down syndrome gives us expertise and experience unique to our work.

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Causes

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  • Read More$https://kcdsi.org/cause/caleb-welch/
  • Raised$10000
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  • Read More$https://kcdsi.org/cause/lifelong-learning-campus/
  • Raised$1,417,854
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  • Read More$https://kcdsi.org/cause/general-gift-donation-fund
  • Raised$10000
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JOIN WITH US

Become A Proud Volunteer

Our team really needs volunteers. Those who are willing and have the desire to help those in need. If you are young, active and ready to change the world for the better, we look forward to seeing you own design is my main power.

The dedication and the charity work of volunteers from Neumette organization are doing worldwide can’t be underes- timated. We cooperated with them a year ago during a conflict in Syria, and their team members offered.

Team

Our Leaders

Jessica Fahey

Adult Services Coordinator Bachelor of Art: Communication, University of San Diego

Tyler Goevert

School Age Education Coordinator Bachelor of Science: Psychology, Kansas State University Master of Science: Special Education,

Russell Rein

Member, Board of Directors

Vice President, University of Kansas Health System Russell Rein is the Vice President for Ambulatory Services

TESTIMONIALS

Client Feedbacks

They have provided hope and the tools they equip us with are priceless. They are patient and celebrate our successes with us. My daughter, husband, and I walk out of our sessions a little taller… the best investment our family has made this year.

Penny Postoak-Ferguson

Mother of a 10-year old with Down syndrome

Your team is stellar. Your professionalism shines through in all interactions with the Adult Continuing Education participants. You all have the utmost level of patience when dealing with these adults, who have special needs. Your expectations are high as is the level of fun. Teaching these individuals how to be successful in life is an obvious goal of yours and I see them learning much while in your program.

Breanna Wiebe

Community Job Coach

It’s lonely, and it’s a hard journey, and they help when things are really hard. They are 100% on your side, on your team, cheering you on.

Heather League

Mother of a 5-year old with Down syndrome and Cortical Visual Impairment

This organization has made grandparenting even more wonderful! Each service we participate in helps us better appreciate, understand, and support our beloved granddaughter. This team has such great resources, tossing in fantastic tips and tools that make us all feel so much more informed, confident, and connected. Most of all, we love witnessing the great progress our beloved child is making.

Deborah Shouse and Ron Zoglin

grandparents of young child with DS