Down Syndrome Community of Puget Sound
Providing information and resources to individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
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The DSC relies on volunteers and donations to complete our mission. Learn how to get involved.
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Understanding Adolescence and Puberty Class
This summer DSC will provide classes virtually starting Saturday July 18th.
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DSC’s mission is to empower people with Down syndrome and their families through life-long learning and experiences, while building an accepting and inclusive society.

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The Down Syndrome Community of Puget Sound relies on donations to accomplish it’s mission.  Even just a few dollars goes a long way towards providing valuable programs, events and resources to individuals with Down Syndrome.

Latest News:

Inclusion and Acceptance for All

Inclusion and acceptance for all was the theme chosen for this year’s DSC Style & Stars event. In light of the tragic events that have taken place over the past two...

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L.A.U.G.H. App

An exclusive and fun experience for the whole family! On Wednesday, June 3rd DSC hosted an information session with Catherine Mayer, artist and creator of The L.A.U.G.H.® App (Let Art...

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Spotlight On: Ayman King

To get some pandemic perspective from our community, we spoke with Ayman King (20) about how and what he is doing during the stay-at home order. How are you spending...

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Spotlight On: Sara & Ruben Smith

To get some pandemic perspective from our younger crowd, we spoke with siblings Sara (10) and Ruben (13) Smith about how and what they are doing during the stay-at-home order....

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COVID-19 Facts

During this incredibly challenging time, we hope that you are staying safe and healthy. As each day is bringing new information on the spread of COVID-19, please stay informed by...

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Spotlight On: Lindsey Strickland

You can’t help but want to know more when you talk with Lindsey Strickland, founder of “Worth the Conversation” and mom to four kids, including one adopted son with Down...

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