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Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center

Who We Are

The Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center at the Center for Disability Services provides parent-to-parent and professional services and support to individuals with Down syndrome and their families.


We offer support programs, educational services, social events, community events and up-to-date news and resources for families, professionals and individuals. We also work to educate the greater community about Down syndrome and to help individuals become self-advocates.


From even before a child is born, throughout childhood and adolescence and into adulthood, Down Syndrome Aim High is here to help each family and individual achieve their goals. We want every person with Down syndrome to reach their fullest potential and to become fully included members of their communities.


Here are just a few highlights of the support provided by the Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center from the past year:


186 Parent Education, Linkage, Outreach & Referral Consultations

157 Professional Education, Linkage, Outreach & Referral Consultations

106 Modified Curricular Units provided to Capital Region school districts to support the inclusion of students with Down syndrome in general education classes

30 Adults with Down syndrome participating in DSAHRC’s 321 Club

Continued support of Expectant and New Parents at Capital Region hospitals through DSAHRC’s Welcome Baby Program

Continue to publish periodic DSAHRC E-newsletters to 1,406 subscribers


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