Community Learning

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Introducing the Community Learning Webinar Series

We invite you to join us every month for a new opportunity to learn and connect! In this new Community Learning Webinar Series, you will hear from experts and self-advocates on important topics like fitness, nutrition, mental health, caregiver support, seeking employment, and healthy aging. You will also have the opportunity to ask your questions in an exclusive Q&A. Register below for our next webinar on Wednesday, July 24th!

Register for the Community Learning Webinar Series


Next Webinar on Wednesday, July 24th:
Managing Your Mental Health

Learning how to manage your mental health is an important part of maintaining a healthy, happy lifestyle. In this webinar, you’ll learn practical information and exercises for helping your child with Down syndrome recognize and manage their emotions. You will also hear from experts about mental health issues that are more common as a person with Down syndrome ages and their recommendations on how to help prepare for and manage these challenges. Our community member panel will share their own lived experiences surrounding their mental health wins and setbacks and you will have a chance to ask questions.

When? Wednesday, July 24th at 7:00pm EDT

Where? Virtual webinar through Zoom. You will receive a link in your inbox.

How long is it? 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Community Learning Webinar Series FAQ

Is there a fee for the webinars?

No, the Community Learning series is provided free by CDSS.

How do I join the webinar?

You will receive the link to join the webinar in your inbox. Make sure you add us as a trusted contact!

Will it be recorded?

Yes, it will be recorded. All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar to rewatch and share with family and friends.

Continue Learning

If you’re looking for more information, please browse our full library of resources for every life stage including 21 Welcomes for new parents, Mind and Body for teenagers, and Today and Tomorrow for aging seniors.