Keeping Up Community Information Series
DSACO's Keeping Up Community Information Series provides relevant and timely information on topics related to life with Down syndrome. Keeping Up features local, national, and international speakers who are qualified to address current research, education, speech, and safety and advocacy issues.
Transition and Employment Series
Working Together: Creating Successful Employment Experiences
Will reschedule for this Fall
Join us for a panel discussion on employment experiences. Self-advocates and their employers will share their successes and challenges as they work together to create a successful employment experience.
Already Featured in our Series
- Understanding SSI/SSID/Medicaid buy in and more featuring COVA
- Information Fair & Presentation Featuring Dr. Margo Izzo
- Share your Apps night in collaboration with Columbus Speech and Hearing and the OSU Nisonger Center
- Foundations of Successful Customized Employment for People with Disabilities featuring David Hammis
Adult Wellness Conference, nationally acclaimed experts and authors Brian Chicoine, MD and Dennis McGuire, PhD
- Talk Tools Workshop, Renne Roy Hill and Lori Overland share a variety of techniques from Talk Tools Therapy
- World Down Syndrome Day-Monday, March 21, 2011, Senator Sherrod Brown speaker.
- Estate Planning and Guardianship, David Zwyer, Esq.
- Navigating Individualized Education Plans, Colleen Miller Statewide Training Coordinator/Trainer OCECD
- Potty Training workshop, Emily Haley, MA Behavioral consultant & psychology aid
- IMPACT safety sessions
- Education/Behavior Conference, Patrick Schwarz, PhD and Stacy Taylor, MA
- Pete Wright, Esq., Attorney and advocate representing children with special educational needs
- Jim Bisenius, Instructor on Bully-Proofing Youth
- Emily B. Haley, M.A., Instructor on toilet training children with developmental delays
- Dr. Michael Harpold, CEO, Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation that works to fund biomedical research to accelerate cognitive treatment for those with Down syndrome
- Adult Conference, a 2-day seminar for persons with Down syndrome age 17 and older