Saturday June 3rd

Annual Summer Picnic

Lost of fun swimming, bounce houses, food, dancing and so much more!!

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Playgroup time!

New Parent Support Groups

Our new parent support group and playgroup meets every other month. Great place for new parents to socialize with other parents, get useful information and relax while the children play in a safe environment! For ages 0-5.

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Annual Summer Picnic
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Expecting a little one soon?

Unsure what to expect or need more information on how the Down Syndrome Resource Group can help you prepare?

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New/Expectant Parent Resources

Established in 1999, Down Syndrome Resource Group of Western Massachusetts has helped countless families discover and embrace the potential of raising a child with Down syndrome.

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Our mission

To discover, encourage, and embrace the potential of ALL individuals with Down syndrome.

Our strategy

We will accomplish this through outreach, unity, resources, community involvement and education.

Success!
Michael brings his parents great joy

When our son Michael was born in October of 2007, we did not know he had Down syndrome. DSRG offered so much acceptance, so much help and information, and with all that came so many reasons to think that Michael was going to be ok.

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Success!
Planning for our son with Down syndrome helped us make valuable connections

When I was 19 weeks pregnant my husband and I found out that our baby had a heart defect. This was also the day that we found out that our baby was a boy. Such amazing and wonderful news followed by the scariest news a parent can hear.

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Success Stories

Established in 1999, Down Syndrome Resource Group of Western Massachusetts has helped countless families discover and embrace the potential of raising a child with Down syndrome.

Do you have a story you would like to share? 
Tell us