SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES.
For online support, join our IDSC Facebook groups.
IDSC Adoptive Family Support
This group is for parents that have adopted children with Down syndrome.
IDSC Babies and Toddlers
This group is for parents who are new to the Ds journey. Whether you had a prenatal diagnosis or found out at birth. We hope you will find this a safe place to talk about your fears and your joys!
This group is set up as parent to parent support.
IDSC Conexión en Espanol
Fue creada para conectar a la gente de habla hispana que tienen hijos con Sindrome Down.
This group is for all Dads of children with down syndrome or expecting a child with down syndrome. This is a place where we can make friends, share experiences, ask for help and support and find comfort in knowing you are not alone.
IDSC Dual Diagnosis
This group is for those who have a loved one who has Down syndrome, and they also have another diagnosis as well.
This group is for certified teachers and teacher assistants who work in the school system educating students who have Down syndrome.
IDSC Friends and Family
This group is for those who have a friend or family member who has a loved one with Down syndrome.
This group is for grandparents of individuals with Down syndrome. This is a safe place to share information and support each other.
IDSC Love and Loss
This group is set up for parents and loved ones who have loved and lost someone who has Down syndrome.
IDSC Parents/caregivers of Preteens/teens/and Adults
This group is for parents/caregivers of preteens, teens, and adults.
This group is for parents who have a child with Down syndrome attending Pre-K through Elementary School. This includes public schooling, private schooling and home schooling. This is a safe place for us to share information and support each other
IDSC Prenatal Diagnosis
This group is for those who have or had a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. It is also a great group for those who they suspect your baby has Down syndrome.
IDSC Self Advocates
This group is for people with Down syndrome. It's a safe place for advocates and everyone with Down syndrome to connect, share, empower each other, answer questions and form friendships.
This group is for those who have a sibling who has Down syndrome.