Big Walt's Warriors
Walter lights up every room that he enters with his sweet smile, silly faces, big waves, and loving personality. We are so excited to walk in his name for the 2nd year at Step Up for Down Syndrome!
When we first received Walter's Down syndrome diagnosis, we had no idea what a blessing it would be in our lives. Down syndrome has given us the opportunity to be part of a strong community full of love, advocacy, and support. We are so incredibly thankful for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis for being such an important hub for the Ds community. When we were expecting Walter, DSAGSL mailed books, informational packets, and offered guidance as needed. After he was born, a member of DSAGSL stopped over to our house to visit, meet Walt, and bring gifts. We have had the privilege of meeting families, hearing inspirational stories, and making connections at new family breakfasts and new mother's brunches. We've had fun at DSAGSL events and celebrations and have had the opportunity to attend educational workshops. Walter has received group music therapy and other services provided through the DSA. The DSAGSL provides so much support to individuals with Down syndrome and their families! Please join us in supporting this organization that has made such a difference in our lives.
Thank you for Stepping Up!
Your support is making a difference for individuals with Down syndrome and their families in our St. Louis Community!
The mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis is to benefit the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families through individual and family support, education, public awareness and advocacy. DSAGSL has already made such a difference in our lives. They sent us an information basket before Walter was born, came to visit with a welcome package to celebrate his birth, and has given us the opportunity to connect with other families in the area. For more information about DSAGSL, please visit www.dsagsl.org or call the office at (314) 961-2504. Thank you!
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