Don't delay any further and get your tickets today for Saturday's Learning Summit! It's going to be an informative event!
For any families that receive GAPS:
We regret to inform you that the GAPS system has been down since Friday February 14 and still appears to be down. GAPS is currently experiencing technical issues resulting in a delay in responses and processing. GBI posted on their blog that Gemalto has been made aware of the issue and there is no ETA on a fix at this time. Please continue to bear with us as we are working to get all of these records processed as we receive them.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Jordan North, Georgia Department of Human Services.
Reserve your seat for the upcoming Consortium where you will gain valuable tools and insights pertaining to your loved one. Register for $40 now through February 15; that's $10 off!
Who doesn't love Mamma Mia! and cheering on the adult community as they shine on stage? Use code "DSAA" to get a 50% discount off one ticket per family. Limited to 25 uses, so act fast! *Don't forget to choose the March 14 show at 7:30 pm to view with other DSAA families.
Our World Down Syndrome Day BrewHaHa is coming soon. Visit the event page to learn more and buy tickets. Invite your friends, family neighbors and anyone else who celebrates Down syndrome!
The Five Forks Branch of the Gwinnett County Public Library is holding a life skills class and Book Club for adults and teens with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Both programs are held in the meeting room at the Five Forks Branch, 2780 Five Forks Trickum Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30044. Pre-registration is preferred, by phone or email. Both programs are presented in partnership with the Dunamis Educational Foundation.
Your Best Life: Skills & Safety Classes for Adults & Teens 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 3 - The Art of Conversation
Thursday, March 19 - Making Friends & Being a Good Friend
Monday, April 27 - Taking Care of Your Home: Spring Cleaning & Home Repairs
Open Your World Book Club for Adults & Teens
Tuesdays through March 3, 3-4:30 p.m.
A book club for readers and aspiring readers, reading one title over the course of 8 weeks.
After an amazing day advocating for Gracie's Law and an end to organ transplant discrimination against people with a diagnosed developmental disability, Gracie's Law was dropped on the floor at the State Capitol and officially has a House Bill - HB 842!
Learn more about Gracie's Law and the Nobles family that is pioneering this law in Georgia. DSAA will update soon with further action items to take to support this bill.