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We are here to support you in every way possible and welcome you to contact us with any questions you may have. 

We understand that this time must be filled with mixed emotions for you and your family, and we want you to know that you are not alone in your journey. 

Our Director of Family Support is available to new and expectant families 24/7. 

In addition, we have a Bilingual Family Support Manager, who provides support to our primarily Spanish-speaking families. 

Request Welcome Basket

We have a welcome basket program for new families. We deliver (or mail during COVID) a basket full of fun gifts for baby, such as baby  books and handmade quilts and hats, as well as further information about Down syndrome that will assist parents as they begin their journey with their new baby.

We would like to suggest that in reading about Down syndrome, you take your time and digest only the information that is helpful to you. It is our philosophy that your baby is a baby first, with Down syndrome second.

We offer free materials about Down syndrome in English and Spanish.

Resources for Expectant Parents

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New Parent Resources

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A book full of real-life accounts of families who have received a Down syndrome diagnosis- Available here

The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome: Advice, Information, Inspiration, and Support for Raising Your Child from Diagnosis Through Adulthood- Available on Amazon

Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents’ Guide- Available on Amazon

Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives- Available here

There's nothing down about Down syndrome. Watch here

Moms are not sorry their children have Down Syndrome. Watch here

Early Connections Support Group

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Early Connections offers a friendly and supportive environment for parents and their babies (ages 0–3). We share helpful information to support your baby’s development. Some months we invite guest speakers and focus on a specific topic.

This group meets two times a month: one Wednesday morning and one Saturday morning.

For more information please visit our Connection Groups