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Paper Clouds Apparel is joining forces with DSAH Paper Clouds Apparel was formed to showcase the creative minds and artistic abilities of individuals with special needs while raising funds to provide financial support for special needs schools and organizations. This goal is achieved by selling t-shirts, hats and totes featuring artwork designed by individuals with special needs. […]

Discovery Green ~ Wings of the City


Wings of the City, an art exhibit by Jorge Marin   The Discovery Green Park is inviting DSAH families to the Wings of the City, an art exhibit by Jorge Marin, one of Mexico’s greatest artists. It will be open to the public on September 5 and they will have VILLALOBOS BROTHERS there to perform at the […]

Education for Life goes to 5 days a week!


Education for Life goes to 5 days a week!! We have some very exciting news!! Down Syndrome Association of Houston’s Education for Life (E4L) will become a 5-day program beginning September 9th, 2014. The Tuesday/Thursday program will be structured differently than the Monday/Wednesday/Friday program. The day will include a dance class, reading class, technology class, math class, […]

Once in a lifetime Special Adventure


The Down Syndrome Association of Houston has partnered with Trips.Inc Special Adventures to bring you a Once in a Lifetime Special Adventure!!   DSAH has partnered with award-winning Trips Inc. Special Adventures to give your loved one with Down syndrome an unforgettable Holiday trip! TRIPS Inc. provides all-inclusive vacation packages* for travelers ages 16 & older with […]

Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Down syndrome


DSAH joins forces with Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Down syndrome Join the Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy and DSAH in a fun-filled weekend tennis camp on Saturday September 27 and Sunday September 28 at the Chancellors Family Center.  Individuals ages 5 and above are encourage to participate in this academy that will focus on physical training, tennis instruction and lots […]

Sign up for the 2014 Houston Buddy Walk & Houston Buddy Run

Buddy Walk Logo color with gradations

GET YOUR TEAMS READY FOR THE 2014 HOUSTON BUDDY WALK! REGISTRATION IS OPEN!  PLEASE HELP US REACH OUR GOAL This year’s Buddy Walk and Buddy Run will be held Saturday, November 8, 2014.  The Houston Buddy Walk attracts over 10,000 participants, who walk the 1-mile course, around the Minute Maid Park in the streets of […]









The Down Syndrome Association of Houston (DSAH) has been an important part of the Greater Houston community for 40 years.  What started out as a small group that met in the basement of Texas Children’s Hospital has grown into a thriving, multi-faceted program with our office located at 7115 W. Tidwell, Bldg. K, Suite 106, in Houston and more than 1,800 members from all over the Houston area.  DSAH has branched out into community groups in Baytown, Katy, Pearland, Spring, and The Woodlands, NorthWest, Inner Loop  and others are forming.

Our mission at DSAH, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is to create awareness and acceptance of children and adults with Down syndrome through advocacy, socialization, education, and medical outreach.  The website plays an intrinsic part of this mission.

DSAH envisions a world in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to enhance their quality of life, realize their life aspirations, and become accepted as a wonderfully normal part of a very diverse community.  And this website depicts our self-advocates engaging in activities that are as diverse as they are – once again proving that they are “More Alike Than Different.”

As DSAH has grown, we have gradually developed programs for all age groups – from those requiring prenatal counseling and/or adoption referral to those who have a newborn and receive a New Baby Gift Basket delivered at area hospitals, all the way to our Education for Life Program for our adult self-advocates who have graduated from high school.  DSAH invites you to learn more about Down syndrome, review our current newsletter, our programs and services and to get involved.  We also invite you to consider being a volunteer.

Things Keep Looking Up!

The Board of Directors
Down Syndrome Association of Houston

Learn about Down syndrome with the “Just Like You – Down syndrome” video by The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City.

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