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Down Syndrome of Louisville, Inc. (DSL) is a non-profit organization founded in 1977 by Mary Carter, an early childhood educator who established the first Early Intervention Education program for children with Down syndrome in Kentucky. Our grassroots organization grew with parent support to incorporate in 1991 to offer services for individuals with Down syndrome of all ages in Southern Indiana and Kentucky. The Down Syndrome of Louisville Lifelong Learning Centers in Louisville, KY & New Albany, IN are the first in the nation to offer comprehensive developmental services.
Family Member News
The "Special Needs Trust Fairness Act" is Finally Law: Individuals with Disabilities Can Now Establish Their Own TrustsDSL
An informative article written by Richard Bush, attorney and DSL dad.
We are thrilled to share our new blog, Our World, Our Words. Filled with stories and articles written by the members of Down Syndrome of Louisville.
We have created this satisfaction survey for our families to take to ensure that we continue to provide world class programming and services to you! Please take a moment to fill it out.
DSL receives Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action Gold Accreditation. "In 2015, Down Syndrome of Louisville was looking for a challenge and they found it. After 12 months of planning, reviewing, organizing and developing the 130 outcomes spanning the DSAIA’s Accreditation Checklist, Down Syndrome of Louisville completed and received is Gold Accreditation."
Daniel Pitino FoundationDSL
The Daniel Pitino Foundation has awarded DSL with a generous $10,000 grant to be used towards our Early Education Programs. Thank you!
Save the Date September 30, 2017
Join our 2017 Steps to Independence Walk and Run Committee
We value your ideas contact Whitney Hobbs to learn more or offer your suggestions!
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