We are a group of parents, individuals with Down Syndrome, educators and community support professionals who firmly believe in the inherent equality of person with Down Syndrome.
We are committed to promoting a positive image of people with Down Syndrome as being valued community members.
As a kick off to World Down Syndrome Day, on Sunday March 20, 2016,
The CN Tower will be lit in BLUE and YELLOW!
Lighting begins at sunset…
If anyone is in the area, please send through your pictures! Read more
We are searching for a new SEAC Alternate Representative for the Separate School Board. If you wish to volunteer click below to send your details and interest.
When faced with a new situation, such as having a child with Down syndrome, it is important to get first-hand, real-life information and experiences from families who have lived it. Meeting other families and children with Down syndrome helps to learn what amazing abilities these individuals possess.
Joining our Association allows you to be connected in a way that will benefit you and your child.
The quality of life of an individual with Down syndrome has improved significantly over the last few decades, so rather than being disheartened by dated or inaccurate resources, membership to an association such as the DSAYR allows you to learn the new "reality" of living with Down syndrome.