Well, there won’t be a presentation, per se, no one is going to stand up that evening and tell us how to do it, but there are parents within our DSAM membership who will be willing to share how they have created housing situations for their sons or daughters. And, hopefully, as we all brainstorm some ideas, we can come up with some interesting possibilities.
We can learn from each other as we move through what often feels like uncharted waters.
We hope you will join us for an evening of conversation, shared ideas, and light snacks. There is no registration fee for this meeting; however, donations are welcome to cover the cost of snacks – and you are on your own for beverages.
The Park Tavern has a private meeting room which they are reserving for us. Space is limited to 40 attendees, so please follow the link below to RSVP so we know that we have enough room!
- Schedule you donation for Give to the Max today. Scheduled gifts will be transacted and changed on Give to the Max day – November 12th.
- Make your own fundraising page on GiveMN.org — share it with your network and raise money to help support the Down Syndrome Association of Minnesota.
- Spread the word! Part of why Give to the Max is so successful is because of social media. Tell the world you support the Down Syndrome Association of Minnesota and encourage your social media network to join you.
- Donate on November 12th and the Down Syndrome Association could qualify to win additional prizes throughout the day – up to $10,000. Wow!
Thank you in advance for your support. We anticipate November 12th being an exciting day!
Community Event: PARENT FORUM: Supporting Your Child’s Transition from Pediatric to Adult Healthcare
PARENT FORUM: Supporting Your Child’s Transition from Pediatric to Adult Healthcare
October 21 & 28 2015
630 TO 8PM
ST. PAUL JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
1375 ST. PAUL AVENUE, ST. PAUL, MN 55116
PRESENTER: CATHERINE ERICKSON
In collaboration with Highland Friendship Club
- Information geared for parents of children with special needs
Tools for parents and youth
Networking with other parentsHealthcare transitions for our children with or without special healthcare needs can be challenging. Catherine Erickson is a nurse/mom/advocate with special interest and expertise in care coordination and transition. This 2 part series is intended to provide information, resources and networking opportunities for parents and caregivers of youth and young adults in the approximate ages of 14 through 21, with a focus on those with special healthcare needs. There is no charge to attend this forum.
Please register online at highlandfriendshipclub.org via “Calendar”.
We have an awesome opportunity for the team(s) that raise over $7,000 by October 1st! The team(s) that raise over $7,000 will have their team photo on a billboard in the Twin Cities metro area for the month of October, which you may know, is also Down syndrome Awareness month.
Can you do it??? We think you can! Remember that all funds raised at the Step Up Walk go towards the Programs and Services of the Down Syndrome Association!
Register for the Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk
Registration is now open! Visit www.ds-stride.org/stepupmn to register today!