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33 N. Central Ave., Suite 205
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: 541-776-9805
Contact: Down Syndrome Association of Southern Oregon
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DSASO e-News Newsletter

DSASO publishes an e-News newsletter regularly for parents, volunteers and the broader community. Each e-News edition holds inspirational stories, upcoming DSASO events, wish list and thanks, a “For Me!’ section for self advocates, volunteer opportunities and useful resources. To automatically receive DSASO's e-News newsletter simply subscribe to the web site here.  If you prefer to receive a hard copy of the e-News, please contact us.

To view current and past e-News issues click on links below:

Spring 2013 DSASO Newsletter

January 2013 e-News

Summer 2012 DSASO e-News

March-April 2011 DSASO e-News

Jan-Feb 2011 DSASO e-News

October 2010 DSASO e-News

June 2010 DSASO e-News

March 2010 DSASO e-News


More Excellent Informational Newsletters 

Many other Down Syndrome associations across the country publish informational and award winning newsletters. Some of our favorites are:

Kansas City Down Syndrome Guild's "Connections"

Disability Solution Newsletter - is an excellent newsletter devoted to issues pertaining to individuals with Down syndrome


News Stories that Inspire Us

Read about DSASO and some great local kid's with Down syndrome in this "Dealing with Down Syndrome" Ashland Daily Tidings story.

Read Mail Tribune story about Gabe Lee, a North Medford High Student who followed his dream onto the High School Track Team.

Read an inspiring story about Karen Gaffney, a young woman with Down syndrome who swam across Lake Tahoe.

The National Down Syndrome Congress(NDSC) maintains a collection of recent news stories featuring individuals with Down Syndrome.


Informational Videos about Down syndrome

See the wonderful abilities and potential of people with Down syndrome. From infancy to adulthood, this 2008 video showcases individuals with Down syndrome living their lives to the fullest and doing things “not thought possible” — using sign language, swimming, giving a school report, dancing, gossiping, holding a job and giving a speech. Made especially for new parents of a child with Down syndrome, this is for anyone who wants a current, accurate look at Down syndrome today. Produced by the Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas, www.dsact.com.



 

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