With over 25 years of experience, DSRF offers children and adults with Down syndrome educational opportunities, therapies, as well as a variety of adult education programs.
British Columbia Parents of Individuals with Down Syndrome
This is a Facebook group for parents, full time caregivers, and expecting parents of individuals with Down syndrome who live in British Columbia. The group is intended to be a safe place for people to ask questions, share stories, and support one another.
Specialized service and funding options may be available for children or teens who have special needs and their families.
Children and Youth with Special Needs (CYSN) staff are available to discuss what services might be available and provide other useful information or support.
Let us welcome you to the Down syndrome community with open arms, ready to listen and offer you our Basket of Love.
Established in Vancouver, Baskets of Love are also represented on Vancouver Island.
The GVDSS membership includes individuals who have Down syndrome, as well as families, friends, advocates, peers, educators, and medical professionals. Together we provide information and understanding about Down syndrome, act as resources and supports for one another, and create a better understanding of diversity.
The At Home Program is designed to support children and teens with a severe disability or complex health care needs.
Contact the At Home Program to find out how the program can assist with school aged therapies, incontenence supplies, dental, optometrist and orthodontic benefits and more.
A national non-profit organization which provides information, advocacy, and education about Down syndrome. CDSS supports self-advocates, parents, and families through all stages of life.