Step Up for Down Syndrome 2021

Noah's Arch Angels 2021

Thank you so much for visiting Noah's page. This is our second year participating in Step Up for Down Syndrome. The Down Syndrome Association has been a great resource for us in so many different ways and we want to be there for them so that they can keep going. When Noah came blazing into the world he added so much to our lives and has kept us on our toes ever since. Noah is an independent and strong guy. He gives the best hugs and cuddles. He loves his big sister and sometimes his little brother but what can you expect - after all Dawson is his little brother. He loves school and is soaking up something new every day. Noah has recently received a dual diagnosis of DS-ASD, which stands for Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is a new aspect that we are learning to navigate and it is just another thing that makes Noah so special. Noah has just started t-ball and equestrian therapy. He loves his horse Rodeo and really enjoys getting to take her out on the trails. One of the things we catch Noah doing often during the week is putting on his baseball hat and sometimes his jersey and wearing his glove around the house. We always have the Wiggle's or Elmo playing in the background as they are his favorite shows. We joke that it is the soundtrack of our lives and even catch ourselves singing along. One of Noah's favorite things to do is go outside and play with his bubbles and shout pop, pop, pop as he goes after every bubble with shear enthusiasm. We hope that you have enjoyed this little snapshot about Noah and understand his loving family that this amazing organization helps. 
 
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. For more information about us, please visit www.dsagsl.org or call our office at (314) 961-2504. Thank you! 
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