Given the uncertainty of our current environment and out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19, the DSAA board has decided to hold a Virtual Buddy Walk this October. We did not make this decision lightly as we know this is a very important event to so many of you – and it is the highlight of our year. Not only does it give us the opportunity to gather together and celebrate our community, but it is also a chance for us to raise much needed resources for the programs and services available to you and your loved ones.
Two major factors went into our decision process. First and foremost, the health andRead more
The Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta is committed to preparing people with Down syndrome for a world that is ready for them. Over the past weeks, we have witnessed a world that is fractured across racial divides. We know that Down syndrome does not discriminate. It is present across all races and ethnicities. We want to voice our commitment to supporting diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our lives.
To the black families in our community: we want to let you know that your DSAA family stands with you. We see you. We hear you. We support you. And we will continue to work with you for justice and equality everywhere.