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The Down Syndrome Association of Ontario (DSAO) is a charitable, non-profit organization, which is composed of local Down Syndrome Associations from across the province. The local Down Syndrome Associations throughout the province provide direction to the DSAO by sending local representatives to sit on the DSAO Board of Directors. Through consultation with the local associations, the DSAO Board determines the ways it can be the most helpful to the people of Ontario with Down syndrome and their families.
To ensure equity in all aspects of life for persons with Down syndrome in Ontario.
Network,share,educate and communicate information and
Benefits to a Membership
AAI Stress X-RAY - Here is the information specific to assessing AAI with stress xrays and explains how and why these views should be taken and why the mechanics and anatomy of the upper cervical spine should be thoroughly understood for proper assessment.
DSAO 2012 Conference - Thanks to all of you. The conference was a great succes, below are the copies of the presentations:
DSAO 2013 Conference - Great Wolf Lodge has provided a Down Syndrome Association Booking Flyer for the DSAO Conference October 18-20th, 2013.
Let's Get Together - Parenting Children with Special Needs.
Honorary Patron ~ The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario The Honourable David C. Onley
"I Have Down syndrome, What Does That Mean?" A new book from Author Sandi Graham-McWade.
Take a look at her blog: http://www.welcometoourhouse-myjournal.blogspot.com
School Health Support Services
Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Resource Centre
This resource page is designed so that local SEAC reps can share information. Many local associations have asked DSAO to provide useful and up-to-date information for local SEAC representatives. Membership in DSAO is a requirement for local Down syndrome Associations to have SEAC representation at the local school board level.... More
Access 2 Entertainment - Application
The Access 2 Entertainment provides free admission (or significant discount) for support persons accompanying a person with a disability at a member movie theatre across Canada. Persons with a permanent disability who require a support person when attending a movie theatre are eligible.
The Down Syndrome Association of Ontario has received many requests for information regarding the bequeathing of money from estates. One successful example is the estate donation that funds our annual Brown Award. If you have a relative or relation that would be interested in information on how to leave money to the Down syndrome community please email DSAO.
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Down Syndrome Association of Ontario
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