Come join CDSPG’s Young Buddies group for a fun afternoon at the Playroom In Forest Hill, MD. The Playroom is Harford County’s one of a kind exploration room features Drop-In play in our STEM Center. Come and explore the indoor playset, build with our giant foam blocks, design on the magnetic maze wall, and frolic in Toddler Territory.
CDSPG is excited to offer public speaking / leadership class to our self-advocates. Self-advocates 14-30 years old are invited to join this six-week class to develop their public speaking skills and have fun! Two instructors from ArtStream will be offering interactive activities and fun exercises to gain confidence and prepare for a speech.
Does your child have a Vision Plan? During this workshop-style session, you will learn why a Vision Plan is essential to your special needs planning process. You will also begin creating your own Vision Plan—for FREE—using our online, interactive tool.
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!!
Once again, CDSPG is partnering with the Downtown Sailing Center to create a sailing program for teenagers and adults who have Down syndrome who would like to learn how to sail! The program will teach sailing, about the boats, about safety and maintenance and everything that goes along with sailing. Each participant will get time and practice in two kinds of boats and get to show off what they learned in a mini regatta at the end!
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?