There are many opportunities for recreation and exercise in our community for children and adults with Down syndrome and other related disabilities. Please email info@goldcoastdownsyndromeorg to tell us about additional programs.
Miracle League of Delray Beach
West Boynton Beach Little League Challengers
Healing Horse Therapy Center Loxahatchee
YOGA for Individuals with Disabilities
ARTS AND CULTURE
Southern Dance Special Arts Ensemble
SLEEP AWAY CAMPS
Florida Easter Seals Camp Challenge
JCC Boca Raton Special Needs Program
JCC Boynton Beach Special Needs Program
Deliver the Dream Family Retreats
Most of the cities in Palm Beach County have their own Parks and Recreation departments that host full schedules of sports/leisure activities for all ages. Individuals with Down syndrome should be welcome and accommodated in these programs.
Information and Support
Educates families through workshops, structured support groups, Face Book support groups and telephone and in-person consultations
Newborns through Pre-K
Offers new parents information, education, connections, support and programs
The Family Education Program
Children and Teens
Gives parents the tools to navigate their children’s educational and life issues while kids work on their reading, math, social and life skills
Ages 2 ½ to 22
Provides families with an experienced advocate free of charge to help manage IEPs, classroom placements and more so that children can thrive in a learning environment tailored to their needs.
The Exceptional Educators Program
Trains classroom teachers, paras, school administrators and school district staff to be the most effective educators for children with Down syndrome.
Adult Enrichment Programs
Encourages adults to continue to learn and create through activities that develop social skills, literacy, self-advocacy and a healthy lifestyle
Parties and Outings around Palm Beach County.
Because sometimes you just want to have fun!
The DownRight ExtraOrdinary Walk
Committed to raising community awareness of the abilities of people with Down syndrome for over a quarter of a century!