Resource Directory

Welcome to the Down Syndrome Association of Brevard (DSAB) Resource Directory page! Here you will find a collection of valuable resources that can assist individuals with Down syndrome, their families, caregivers, and educators. We have compiled a range of resources to cover a variety of topics, from healthcare and education to advocacy and support services. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive list of resources that can enhance the lives of those with Down syndrome and empower them to reach their full potential.

However, DSAB does not guaranty or warranty any of the work performed or services provided by any of the vendors listed.  Furthermore, you agree that DSAB shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages that result in any way from your decision to hire, retain, or employ any of the vendors listed.

If you have additional questions or would like to add a resource, please email us at info@dsabrevard.org.

  • Angels Bridging Gaps

    Enrichment program for adults with unique abilities

  • Brevard Achievement Center

    Employment assistance, supports employment, job training, adult day training program, career exploration

  • Brevard Zoo Exceptional Nature Space/Family Nature Club

    Exceptional Nature Space, a behind-the-scenes natural play area with an authentic outdoor experience. The area is a modified natural habitat that is both safe and stimulating. It is designed to be flexible to meet the unique needs of children with varying exceptionalities.

  • Brevard County Parks & Recreation

    Day Program, summer camp

  • Early Steps

    Early intervention services ages under 3

  • Family Promise of Brevard, Inc

    To collaborate with our community to provide families with the support and resources they need to achieve long-term housing stability.

  • Promise in Brevard

    Independent housing for individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities utilizing public and private partnerships to develop a model community.

  • Resource Center for Disability Solutions

    Transition services, Brevard transportation services, independent living training and more

  • S.O.A.K

    Autism Support group

  • The ARC Space Coast

    Residential program, day services for adults

  • The Scott Center for Autism

    The Scott Center for Autism Treatment at Florida Institute of Technology is a not-for-profit healthcare clinic founded in 2009 by Ed and Cheryl Scott and former U.S. Senator Dave Weldon. We are an integrated component of Florida Tech’s graduate program in Behavior Analysis, specializing in training, research and treatment in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Our clinic is dedicated to improving the quality of life of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and related disabilities in Central Florida.

  • A Little Something Extra

    A Little Something Extra podcast, with Nancy Gianni and The GiGi, a Little Something Extra is the first video podcast hosted by an individual with Down syndrome!

  • Down Syndrome Association of Minnesota Blog

    DSAMN Blog

  • Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania Podcast

    This is the podcast series for the Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

  • Down Syndrome with a Slice of Autism

    Down Syndrome with a Slice of Autism – Just another WordPress.com site, Here to help you navigate co-occurring Down syndrome and autism. Nick is 29 years old and has DS-ASD. This is Nick's world, the rest of us are just trying to keep up!

  • Down Syndrome: A Day to Day Guide

    Collection of notes, research and personal experience to help you best care for your loved one who has a little "extra"!

  • If We Knew Then

    We are Stephen and Lori Saux and welcome to the If We Knew Then Podcast. Well this podcast aims to share honest and useful conversations about supports, therapies, education and society as it pertains to Down Syndrome advocacy and parenting.

  • Mosaic Down Syndrome

    Bree's stories about her daughter Morgan, who was born with Mosaic Down syndrome.

  • T21Mom Podcast

    A family podcast about Down syndrome, single parenting, special needs, and pretty much everything in between.

  • TALK Down Syndrome

    TALK Down Syndrome is a podcast created to show the world how Down Syndrome is truly amazing. Our goal is to inspire others through stories and interviews about Down syndrome and to advocate the importance of fair laws for our loved ones with Down syndrome!

  • The LowDOWN | A Down Syndrome Podcast

    The LowDOWN: A Down Syndrome Podcast brings a professional perspective on issues facing individuals with Down syndrome and their loved ones. Hosts Marla Folden and Hina Mahmood of the Down Syndrome Resource Foundation welcome North America's leading Down syndrome experts, parents and self-advocates to cover topics from across the lifespan including health, physical and intellectual development, advocacy, employment and much more.

  • Association for Children with Down Syndrome

    ACDS was originally founded in 1966 by a group of parents on Long Island who were seeking services for their young children with Down syndrome. Since then we have grown and evolved into a lifetime services agency that serves families of children and adults with a wide range of disabilities that include; Down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech and Language Delays, and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).

  • Canadian Down Syndrome Society

    We provide reliable information and connections to people with Down syndrome and those who support them, while positively shaping the social and policy contexts in which they live. The CDSS strives to create a proud Canada where all are welcome.

  • Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome

    To assist and support, through fellowship and action, the fathers and families of individuals with Down syndrome.

  • Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action

    To support and advance the growth and capacity of local and regional Down syndrome associations.  We provide the connections, the inspiration, training, and resources so that our members can meet the needs of individuals with Down syndrome in their communities.

  • Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network

    DSDN is the largest national organization supporting new and expectant parents with a Down syndrome diagnosis.

  • Down Syndrome Foundation

    The Down Syndrome Foundation was founded in 2000 by a group of parents who wanted to develop a camp for young adults with Down syndrome. The sole purpose of the Down Syndrome Foundation is to support the Down Syndrome Camp. 

  • Down Syndrome International

    UK based international disabled people's organization, comprising a membership of individuals and organizations from all over the world, committed to improving quality of life for people with Down syndrome, promoting their right to be included on a full and equal basis with others.

  • Global Down Syndrome Foundation

    Dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down syndrome through Research, Medical Care, Education and Advocacy.

  • Hope Story

    We provide hope to parents who have received a Down syndrome diagnosis.

  • International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association

    To provide support, information and research to any family, individual or professional whose life has been affected by mosaic Down syndrome.

  • Jack's Basket

    Jack’s Basket is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to celebrate babies with Down syndrome. We strive to ensure that every new and expectant parent is provided resources and avenues of support within the community. We aim to equip medical providers with tools to discuss the diagnosis in an unbiased way in hopes that having a baby with Down syndrome is celebrated like any other.

  • National Association for Down Syndrome 

    NADS is the oldest organization in the country serving individuals with Down syndrome and their families. It was founded in Chicago in 1961 by parents who chose to go against medical advice and raised their children with Down syndrome at home. Their pioneering efforts have made it easier for later generations of individuals with Down syndrome to be accepted by their families and communities, to develop their capabilities, and to work towards independence.

  • National Down Syndrome Adoption Network

    Resource and agency to help assist parents in the adoption process beginning to end. For both birth parents and adoptive parents.

  • National Down Syndrome Congress

    The National Down Syndrome Congress is dedicated to an improved world for individuals with Down syndrome. We are the leading national resource of support and information for anyone touched by or seeking to learn about Down syndrome. Educate. Advocate. Empower. Inspire.

  • National Down Syndrome Society

    To empower individuals with Down syndrome and their families by driving policy change, providing resources, engaging with local communities, and shifting public perceptions. 

  • World Down Syndrome Day

    UN General Assembly decided, with effect from 2012, to observe World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March each year, and invites all Member States, relevant organizations of the United Nations system and other international organizations, as well as civil society, including non-governmental organizations and the private sector, to observe World Down Syndrome Day in an appropriate manner, in order to raise public awareness of Down syndrome.

  • A Lil Something Extra

    Down Syndrome Awareness Apparel.

  • Alysssa Yorty

    Author of book, From Ignorance to Bliss -- books, promotional material.

  • Amanda's Art with Heart

    Amanda's Art with Heart is art created with Love, Light, and Happiness! It is a Daughter-Mother Team that was built mainly to have fun and continue to build on an independent life for Amanda. We feature Amanda's fine art notecards, notebooks, and stickers. We also have handmade Down syndrome awareness bracelets.

  • Andy Meredith Photography

    Andy Meredith is a photographer with Down syndrome who specializes in black and white landscape and architecture photography.

  • Beyond Down Syndrome

    Beyond Down Syndrome offers speaking engagements, articles, and books co-authored by Gwendolyn Friedman (28yo self-advocate) and her father, Steve Friedman, to promote independence and empower families with Down Syndrome.

  • BU Candles by Jacob

    I'm Jacob, a lover of animals, music and movies, and I have Down Syndrome. I graduated from Mohawk College in 2019 from the Community Integration through Cooperative Education program. I like to be creative and learned how to make candles, which resulted in me creating my candle business in 2021.

  • Candidly Kind

    Grace Key is 25 years old and co-founder of Candidly Kind started March 21, 2018 by she and her mom, Carrie Key. Grace creates all the artwork and designs for all products.

  • Gabe’s Glass Creations

    Gabe creates fused glass jewelry, dishes, crosses, candle holders and decorative pieces. He finds inspiration from his favorite movies, songs, TV shows and colors.

  • Matthew Schwab Speaks

    Raising awareness and promoting acceptance of Down syndrome can have a profound impact on individuals, families, and communities. It helps break down stereotypes, fosters inclusivity, and creates a more compassionate society.

  • Max Mix Gourmet Spice Blends

    Creating spice rubs as gifts for family and friends turned into a mission to live an independent life. Max is a young man with big passions and dreams who happens to have Down syndrome. In addition to wanting a fun and meaningful job he loves sports, music and earned a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.

  • Melissa's Honeybee Meadow

    Homemade honey

  • "My Peoples" Art

    "My Peoples" Art is a mother/daughter abstract art collaboration established in 2020. The business is 100% owned by self-advocate and soon to be college graduate Alex Mack who will graduate from the UL LIFE program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in May 2024.

  • Owtside the Box

    Owtside the Box is a mom-owned clothing store inspired by our amazing kids, Josh and Mia, who happen to rock an extra 21st chromosome.

  • Raquel Beautiful

    Raquel Caramello is a young lady with Down syndrome and a cancer survivor.   She sells custom designed and curated beautiful jewelry, semi-precious to fashion, all with an inspirational message to empower you.    When chemo from her cancer treatment made her hair fall out and kids bullied her and called her ugly she decided to start a movement to share the beauty in each of us with notes and cards that soon led to her inspirational jewelry business with each item including a note from Raquel reminding us that "You are beautiful!"  Come by and share some joy and sunshine!

  • SEANESE T'S

    T-shirts designed by Sean from Born this Way.

  • Skyman Corporation

    Enter description text here.Skyler Page was born with Down syndrome, Trisomy 21. It wasn’t that he lacked anything. He actually had something extra from the so-called norm; an extra 21st chromosome. Over time it would become evident that his condition, a mystery of creation, would give him the ability to love others unconditionally. “Skyman” is a story of his, and others like him, having this uniqueness. Hopefully, the rest of us that are lacking this extra chromosome will wonder if perhaps, just perhaps, they are the Creator’s intended norm.

  • Sofia Sanchez

    Sofia Sanchez will newest book “You Are Brave: A Book About Trying New Things”. You may have seen Sofia in the latest Hunger Games movie as “Wovey” a tribute from District 8! Come say hi!

  • Sophiola, LLC

    Sophia Pineda is a young lady with a passion for art, dancing, music, family, friends, and fun. She also happens to have Down syndrome. It is art that truly captured Sophia's imagination and become her heart-felt and focused way to express herself. Through camps and classes at Libertytown Arts Workshop she has worked in painting, drawing and pottery. She especially loves Chinese watercolor painting. She brings an infectious sense of joy, humor and exuberance to her art and to her life.

  • This Is Jacob LLC

    This Is Jacob is a small business operated by Jacob Kiefor, a self-advocate for the Down syndrome community. Jacob makes personalized painted doormats and apparel with a message of kindness and inclusion.

  • Tides of Kindness

    Caley's business Tides of Kindness sells T-shirts. All of her designs promote "Kindness is Contagious."

  • ABLE Academics

    Able Academics is a company that has a collective mission to create a unique learning environment that meet students' individual needs.

  • Affordable Colleges Online

    Resources for students with disabilities

  • Brevard Christian Early Intervention Center

    A non-profit school for children with special needs

  • Down Syndrome Education

    We work to improve early intervention and education for children with Down syndrome around the world.

  • Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County, CA

    We partner with families, educators, and organizations around the world to enhance education for learners with Down syndrome.

  • Eastern Florida Autism Center

    We pride ourselves on providing quality behavior services with the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis as our foundation. No two children are the same, and as a result, behavior plans are not a one size fits all. We believe in an individualized approach allowing for the subtle differences that make the child a unique individual.

  • Family Liaison Project

    Free IEP/504 Help

  • Great Leaps Academy

    Great Leaps Academy takes a whole-child approach to learning. Analysts, teachers, and support staff work together to meet the academic, social, behavioral, and independent living skills for each and every child we serve.

  • Inclusive Schooling

    Inclusive Schooling offers live and online courses, workshops, presentations and innovative support focused on creating and supporting more inclusive schools.

  • Longwood University

    A college experience for students with disabilities in transition from high school to adulthood.

  • Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School

    Private school with disability program

  • Paloma Academy

    Paloma Academy is a day school for children with behavioral disabilities in Melbourne, Florida.  Paloma Academy offers compassionate evidence-based behavioral therapy to children, regardless of diagnosis.  The founders named the school Paloma because it means “Dove”– a symbol of peace.  

  • Parkhurst Academy

    Private school with disability program

  • Puzzle Box Academy

    Private school for Private school for exceptional educational experiences that allow each student to be their best self and prepare them for a life of purpose

  • Space Coast Discovery

    Daycare & private school services

  • The IEP Advocate

    Private pay IEP/504 advocate

  • Think College

    Think College is dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving research and practice in inclusive higher education for students with intellectual disability.

  • UCF- Inclusive Education Services

    UCF’s Inclusive Education Services (IES) program provides an inclusive, comprehensive, non-degree-seeking college experience to adults with intellectual disabilities. During the two-year experience, students discover and develop their passions and strengths, enhancing their ability to facilitate long-term, paid and fulfilling employment after graduation.

  • Wrightslaw

    Reliable, up-to-date information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

  • Best Buddies, Florida

    Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

  • Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida

    Orlando based DS support group similar to DSAB.

  • Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville

    Jacksonville based DS support group similar to DSAB

  • Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida

    The Foundation provides people with Down syndrome and families opportunities to enhance their lives through strategic partnerships, unique programs that create 'inclusion' settings naturally, family support and meaningful community involvement. The Down Syndrome Foundation of Florida is a non-profit organization* started by a group of visionary parents who wanted to have a direct impact on children, families and the community as they journeyed through life with a loved one with Down syndrome. We are a grassroots organization made up of volunteers that believe that through creative programs and partnerships we can facilitate opportunities and experiences so that there is no mystery or myth about people with Down syndrome.

  • Easter Seals Florida

    Easter seals serves 1.4 million children and adults with disabilities and their families, offering a wide range of services at 74 affiliates nationwide. We change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day, helping our clients build the skills and access the resources they need to live, learn, work and play. Easter seals Florida provides services to 40 of the 67 counties in Florida. We strive to meet the needs of each community and ensure that the people we serve can reach their full potential

  • F.R.I.E.N.D.S.-DOWN SYNDROME SPECIAL NEEDS WEST FLORIDA INC

    A 501c3 Non-profit organization that provides information, education, programs, and fun activities for our Down Syndrome and Special Needs community in Hillsborough and Pinellas.

  • Hope Haven

    Assessment/Evaluations

  • Signing Time

    Sign language streaming service/videos for babies & kids

  • The Arc of Florida

    The Arc of Florida advocates for local chapters, public policies, and high quality supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be fully included in all aspects of their community.

  • UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities

    Our primary service is to provide individualized, direct consultative assistance to individuals with autism and related disabilities in Central Florida and their families. Other services include technical assistance and consultation, professional training programs, and public education activities. CARD services are designed to build on the capacities of state and local resources, not to duplicate or replace them. The Center is funded by the Florida Legislature through the Florida Department of Education and all services are provided free of charge.

  • University of Miami, Mailman Center for Child Development

    Improving lives for people with disabilities and their families through Innovation, Connection, and Impact

  • Agency for Persons with Disabilities

    Where you apply for med waiver do this now there is a waitlist of 25k people https://apd.myflorida.com/customers/application/

  • Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities Resource Directory

    The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) maintains this community resource directory as an informational tool to help individuals with disabilities learn about free and low-cost programs available in their respective areas.

  • Florida KidCare

    Insurance based on income (income chart: https://www.floridakidcare.org/_docs/Florida_KidCare_Income_Guidelines.pdf)

  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

    The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a law that makes available a free appropriate public education to eligible children with disabilities throughout the nation and ensures special education and related services to those children.

  • Social Security Disability Benefit

    Application for SSDI for adults over 18

  • Social Security Income for Children

    Application for SSI benefits for minors

  • US Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs

    Dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities ages birth through 21 by providing leadership and financial support to assist states and local districts.

  • Adult Down Syndrome Center

    Clinic for adolescents and adults with DS. Resources online

  • Advent Health for Children

    https://www.adventhealth.com/hospital/adventhealth-children

  • American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines for Health Supervision for Children and Adolescents With Down Syndrome

    This clinical report is designed to assist the pediatrician in caring for the child, adolescent, and family in whom a diagnosis of Down syndrome has been confirmed by chromosome analysis or suspected by prenatal screening. 

  • American Sign Language Resource Guide Listing

    Provides listing of American Sign Language Resource Guides

  • Arnold Palmer Children's Hospital

    Children's hospital with pediatric specialties & emergency care

  • ASL Pro

    American Sign Language Video Dictionaries and Quizzes, with FREE TEACHER ACCOUNTS to create customized quizzes for reviewing and teaching your students ON AN iPAD!

  • Autism Speaks/Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Provides information on people with Down syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Basic American Sign Language Dictionary

    A free basic dictionary of American Sign Language Terms.

  • Billy Footwear

    It is clear that the world is ready for greater inclusion in fashion. Everybody is unique and we all want to express ourselves and feel confident. BILLY Footwear is proud to be a part of this movement. Time to Step In!

  • Brevard Health Alliance

    Pediatric and Adult practices throughout Brevard County

  • Deaf Linx

    Resources to fight audism through empowerment and education.

  • Deaf Websites

    Provide information for deaf awareness, culture, and resources.

  • Dental Care Guidance for Caregivers of Patients with Down Syndrome

    Dental Care Guidance for Caregivers of Patients with Down Syndrome

  • Down Syndrome Clinic to You (DSC2U)

    We created Down Syndrome Clinic to You (DSC2U) to bring the best of health and wellness information about Down syndrome to caregivers and primary care physicians around the globe. We believe that location and personal finances should never prevent someone from accessing the best and most timely medical information for a loved one with Down syndrome

  • Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group-USA

    DSMIG-USA® is a group of health professionals committed to promoting the optimal health care and wellness of individuals with DS across the lifespan.

  • Down Syndrome Pregnancy

    Down Syndrome Pregnancy is a program administered by the National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Resources at the University of Kentucky's Human Development Institute. We provide honest, compassionate, medically-reviewed, and informative support for those preparing for the birth of a baby with Down syndrome. 

  • DS-Autism Connection

    Provide specialized outreach through supported, education, and resources to increase awareness of the unique challenges caused by co-occurring Down syndrome and autism.

  • Friendly Shoes

    The Shoe For All Abilities. Friendly Shoes solve more types of footwear challenges than any other shoe technology by making fitted shoes simpler and easier to put on, and more enjoyable to wear.

  • Growth Charts for Down Syndrome

    Growth Charts for Down Syndrome

  • HealthWell Foundation

    Assists with copays, premiums, deductibles, and out of pocket expenses. Must complete application to apply and meet family income guidelines,

  • Healthy Children from American Academy of Pediatrics

    Parenting information website

  • Medical Care Guidelines for Adults with Down Syndrome

    Medical care guidelines for adults with Down Syndrome from Global Down Syndrome Foundation.

  • National Organization for Rare Disorders

    We provide patient assistance programs to help individuals living with rare diseases: Obtain medication, Receive financial help with insurance premiums and co-pays, Get diagnostic testing assistance, Receive travel assistance for clinical trials or consultation with disease specialists, Provide caregiver respite, Offer support during emergencies, Gain knowledge about rare diseases, and Connect with other patient assistance programs.

  • Nemours Children's Hospital

    Children's hospital with pediatric specialties & emergency care

  • Pediatrics in Brevard

    Pediatric practices throughout Brevard County

  • Specs4Us

    Specs4Us recognized the need for a eyeglass frame line that gives a solution to individuals with low nose bridges.

  • The National Association of Dual Diagnosis

    To promote leadership in the expansion of knowledge, training, policy, and advocacy for mental health practices that promote a quality life for individuals with dual diagnosis (IDD/MI) in their communities.

  • Toolkit for Transitioning to Adult Medical Care

    Toolkit for Transitioning to Adult Medical Care

  • United Healthcare Children's Foundation

    Provides financial support for gaps in medical services including copays and other costs not covered by commercial insurance. Must complete application to apply and meet family income guidelines.

  • Buddy Cruise

    Buddy Cruise is a 501c3 non-profit charity providing educational opportunities and resources for families, while promoting awareness, advocacy, and inclusion for individuals with special needs. Join us for our unique annual conference at sea! A Buddy Cruise not only gives you the opportunity to gain information through educational workshops & events, but you will network with others from across the globe that are in "the same boat", and form lasting bonds. Families who have a hard time finding a scenario to meet all family members’ needs are accommodated with a variety of activities for all ages and abilities.

  • Down Syndrome International Swimming Organisation

    To provide swimmers with Down Syndrome the opportunity to swim at World Class level through it’s World Championships held every two years.

  • Harmony Farms

    Equine Therapy (horseback riding)

  • Move United

    Move United uses sports to push what's possible so everyone, regardless of ability, has equal access to sports and recreation in their community. Established in 1956, Move United is proud to serve wounded warfighters, youth and adults with disabilities.

  • Nathaniel's Hope

    Nathaniel’s Hope celebrates kids with special needs (our VIPs) as well as educates and equips communities and churches to provide FREE respite care and programs to enrich the lives of VIP families.

  • Special Olympics Brevard

    Sports for 8+ in Brevard County

  • Special Olympics Florida

    Special Olympics is NOT an event. We are a movement, inviting the world not just to attend Games but to think, feel, and act differently about everything – to come help create a world of acceptance and inclusion for all.

  • Aunt Bertha

    Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help starts here.

  • Disability Resources

    The Disability Resource Community is a platform designed for people with disabilities, their family members and caregivers to ask questions, share resources and build community around the things that matter most. 

  • Exceptional Parent

    Dedicated to be the ultimate resource for everything related to the special needs community. Providing practical advice, emotional support, current trending news and educational information to empower caregivers and families of children and adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs. 

  • Reece's Rainbow

    To advocate and find families for orphans with Down syndrome and other special needs concerning adoption.

  • Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality

    The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH), founded in 1976, is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities, remove physical and attitudinal barriers to free access and expand travel opportunities in the United States and abroad.

  • Spread the Word: Inclusion

    We think the world would be better if everyone were included. Around the world, exclusion and discrimination continue to divide people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are changing that with grassroots action for inclusion. That’s Spread the Word.

  • United Way 211

    The United Way can help you connect with many resources and services in your area, and answer many questions about obtaining assistance.

Our Goal

Through our community activities, events, and funding for our local families, we are striving to build a supportive culture of awareness, acceptance, and advocacy throughout Brevard County.

DSAB is fully funded by generous donations from local partners in advocacy and people like you! All of our funds stay in Brevard County to directly support individuals with Down syndrome and their families living here.

Connect With Us
Phone: 321-576-3296
Email: info@dsabrevard.org
Address: 4200 SR 524, Suite 101 Cocoa, FL 32926
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