Down Syndrome

DSACK is a non-profit volunteer organization comprised of families and professionals who are interested in bettering the lives of people with Down syndrome, and helping them to realize their life aspirations. DSACK’s ultimate goal is to provide support, resources, and opportunities for individuals with Down syndrome and their families.

DSACK Website
(859) 494-7809

The DSAGC is a 501C-3 non-profit organization established in 1981 with a history of responding to the changing needs of individuals with Down syndrome, serving southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana.

DSAGC Website
(888) 796-5504 / (513) 761-5400

DSAWK promotes public awareness and acceptance of individuals with Down syndrome by providing information, resources and support in our community. Generally, meetings are on the 3rd Monday of the month at the Heartland Worship Center in Paducah.

DSAWK Website
(270) 705-8353

Down Syndrome of Louisville is a non-profit organization founded in 1977 whose mission is to improve the lives of persons with Down syndrome and their families by providing support, information, education, and advocating for their rights and concerns, enabling individuals to reach their full potential.

(502) 495-5088

Down Syndrome of South Central Kentucky’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals with Down syndrome and their families by providing support, information, education, resources, networking, and activities, while advocating in the community and state. DSSCK is an incorporated 501c3 non-profit organization extending its outreach and mission to seven counties in KY: Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Simpson, and Warren.

DSSKY Website

GRADSAΓÇÖs mission is to enable families enriched with Down syndrome connection to share resources, build friendships, and advocate together for the future of individuals with Down syndrome.

GRADSA Website
(270) 925-0195

The National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources, administered through HDI was created to insure that all parents and prospective parents receive accurate, balanced, and scientifically up-to-date information at the point of a prenatal or postnatal Down syndrome diagnosis.

The NDSC provides up-to-date information on topics of interest to people with Down syndrome, family members, friends, professionals and interested others. The Center works to promote the availability of and accessibility to a full range of opportunities and/or resources that meet individual and family needs.

(800) 232-6372

The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.

(800) 221-4602