This presentation is intended to be a user friendly approach for parents/caregivers of children with Down syndrome to help them teach toileting skills to their children. It will cover “pre-requisites for readiness,” how to teach cooperative sitting on the toilet, how to increase appropriate voids and decrease accidents. We will also address how to begin to set the stage for self-initiation/communicating for the toilet. Bed wetting procedures will also be discussed.
NOTE THE NEW LOCATION! CDSPG's welcome socials give new families of children with Down syndrome a chance to meet and mingle with existing CDSPG parents, their children with Down syndrome, and siblings.
Come on out and have a fun afternoon duckpin bowling with our awesome Siblings, Little Buddies, Big Buddies and Teens – the whole family! We will bowl for 2 hours and have pizza and yummy food for lunch!
As children reach the age of three, parents and guardian are asked to choose between an extended Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) or an Individualized Education Program (IEP). What’s the difference between the two? And what should you consider to make the best choice for your child?
CDSPG's welcome socials give new families of children with Down syndrome a chance to meet and mingle with existing CDSPG parents, their children with Down syndrome, and siblings.
Please join us for the CDSPG Summer Picnic at Centennial Park. There will be yummy food from Urban BBQ and Pizza Hut, and lots of fun, including Hawaiian dancers and the second annual celebration of achievements for our kids with Down syndrome and our self-advocates. We hope to see you there!!