Step Up for Down Syndrome

Hosted by The Down Syndrome Information Alliance

Sacramento, CA- Join the Down Syndrome Information Alliance as we unite for a common cause and raise funds at the 2018 Step Up For Down Syndrome Walk.

Whether you have Down syndrome, know someone who does, or just want to show your support, take the first step and donate or register today.

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Step Up For Down Syndrome Walk in Sacramento

Sunday, October 14th 2018
Time: 9:00 a.m. Check-in / 10:00 am Walk / 11:00 a.m.  Lunch & Entertainment
Location: William Land Park – Village Green. At the corner of Freeport and Sutterville
Register: https://www.ds-stride.org/dsiastepup/Walk-Day-Information


Help us spread the word; all are welcome to join us for a great day of celebration!

The Down Syndrome Information Alliance provides support and resources to empower individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and our community. We envision a community where people with Down syndrome are empowered, respected as individuals, and accepted as valued participants in neighborhood schools, community activities, and the business world.

Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk

Without funding from the Step Up Walk, the Down Syndrome Information Alliance cannot provide the resources, support and programs that we do.

Happening at DSIA

Parent-to-Parent Program

Provides support, networking, and information to families as they get a new diagnosis for their newly born or expected child.

Educational Speaker Series

Expert speakers and workshops on various topics such as speech therapy, social security, nutrition, education, special needs trusts, and the list goes on!

Hospital Outreach Program

Provides up-to-date information and resources to hospitals and medical professionals

Information and Referral

We are responsive to all requests for information via phone, email, or Web.

Parent Mentors

DSIA has highly-trained Parent Mentors that we match with parents who receive a new diagnosis. Parent Mentors provide support, understanding, answer questions, and can help new parents make connections to other families in their community.

Down Comforter Package

When families receive a new diagnosis of Down syndrome, each family is given a package full of resources including our parent guide containing information on Down syndrome and messages of hope and inspiration, DSIA’s original books featuring local families, and much more!

Self-Advocate and Family Events

Fun, exciting, and educational social opportunities offered year round.

Outreach and Advocacy

We work with educators, healthcare professionals, and other community members to help us achieve our mission.

If you would like more information, please contact Heather Scott at 916.658.1686 or
heather@downsyndromeinfo.org