School Age (ages 5-12)


The DSA of Delaware’s Outreach Coordinators offer support and resources to families of children with Down syndrome that are moving or have moved into Delaware and the region. To connect with our Outreach Coordinators, click here.

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Susan Blessington

Outreach Coordinator

302-464-6276 (Text or call)

Ari Avila

Spanish Outreach Coordinator

302-455-8705 (llama o envía un mensaje de texto)

Children’s Down Syndrome Clinic

The Down Syndrome Program at Nemours/Alfred duPont Hospital for Children provides a coordinated, multi-specialty approach to address every child’s medical, developmental and social needs — helping them reach their full health and developmental potential.

For more information about the Children’s Clinic, click here.


Out team has developed a comprehensive checklist that helps assist your family in navigating medical, recreation, social needs and more. This checklist lists area programs and resources you may be unaware of and want to explore further. We encourage you to review the list and contact us with questions. Click here to view.


For Educational Resources, click here.

Achieving Inclusion – What every parent needs to know (PDF)

IEP – A Guide to Participation for Parents (PDF)

WrightsLaw provides accurate, reliable information about special education law, overall education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

Making it in Middle School and beyond (PDF)

Days of Summer Camp

Days of Summer Camp was started in 2012 with a small group of about twenty children and has grown into a large summer day program. The goal of the camp is to allow children with Down syndrome the opportunity to have the experiences of summer camp while practicing independence, developing physical and emotional health as well as increasing their confidence levels. We strive to maintain an atmosphere where children can build great peer relationships as well as have a fun experience at camp!

Camp is a fun day camp experience for children with Down syndrome ages 3-13 and their siblings ages 3-10. Children are provided with the traditional camp experience with crafts, games, and many other exciting activities, at no cost to their families. Campers are not required to be potty trained.

For more information about Days of Summer Camp, click here.

iCan Bike Camp (ages 8+)

This 5-day camp teaches individuals of all different abilities how

to ride a two-wheel bicycle without training wheels.  It is truly an amazing experience for both participants and volunteers.

Camp accepts 25 riders on a first-come, first-served basis.  Riders attend the same 75 minute session each day for 5 consecutive days.

For more information about iCan Bike Camp, click here.