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Spotlight On: Partridge, Morrison, and Khor

We are so fortunate in the Puget Sound area to have an amazing trio of doctors who are working collaboratively to improve healthcare and outcomes for individuals with Down syndrome.  We interviewed Dr. Rebecca Partridge, one of the DSC’s newest board members...

Inclusion and Acceptance for All

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2hZtHIbmXg 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 weeks, this simple message has taken...

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 Unleash Great Happiness). L.A.U.G.H. is an evidence based app combining...

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 your time at home during this pandemic? I use a daily schedule and check things off...

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. Here’s their take on staying home (instead of spring break in Puerto Vallarta...

Spotlight On: Research Studies benefiting Down syndrome

Always happy to advance scientific knowledge, we interviewed several researchers in the Puget Sound area – Nicole Simard, Roxanne Hudson, and the DSC Learning Program’s own Katy Bateman – who are recruiting participants with Down syndrome for their studies...

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 visiting CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html and  Washington...

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 syndrome – so that’s what we did, sat down to learn more about Lindsey’s family...

Spotlight On: Dani Martin

    She’s been a star employee at her neighborhood Quality Food Center for many years, and now Dani Martin has a healthy food focus to share. We talked to her about her advice on eating, exercise, dancing in the kitchen, and more! How long have...

Meg Ulbricht, Honored Guest

Meg Ulbricht was the Honored Guest at the 23rd Annual Puget Sound Buddy Walk on October 6, 2019. For those who missed her wonderful speech, the following is a transcript: Hello, my name is Meg Ulbricht and I have Down syndrome for life.  I am a...