Coming October 1.
Chesapeake Down Syndrome provides support and information to people with Down syndrome and their families in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Our families are some of the strongest and most resilient.
They need a lifetime of continuous support and constant stream of up-to-date information about Down syndrome and disability acceptance and inclusion.
CDSPG, Inc., is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Baltimore's annual walk to promote Down syndrome acceptance and inclusion.
Techniques for Success is a full-day conference that offers practical strategies for educating students with Down syndrome and those with other special needs.
This year’s National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) convention was held on July 21-24 in Orlando, Florida, and I was eager to see what new and emerging trends I would find. The disabilities world is currently experiencing a wave of public awareness, policy changes, and technology and business innovation. A forum like the NDSC convention is the perfect place to feature some of these changes.
Three new directors have joined CDSPG's board for terms beginning June 2016. Welcome Angella Brock, treasurer; David Wizer, member at large; and Halie Bassett, student board member.
The Buddy Walk Planning Committee has been hard at work to prepare for this year's Buddy Walk and we are thrilled to be opening registration! The Buddy Walk will again be at Rash Field at the Baltimore Inner Harbor on Saturday, October 22nd. We hope that you will be able to join us for the big event!
new and expectant parents
If you recently learned of a Down syndrome diagnosis, contact our First Call team for answers, support or just to talk.