Thank you for your interest in the Canadian Down Syndrome Conference! Below are our most commonly asked questions about the conference. If your question is not answered below, contact us.
An adult conference registration includes the Friday night Welcome Reception, Opening Ceremony, all conference breakout sessions on Saturday and Sunday, lunch on Saturday and Sunday, and Saturday night activities.
Transportation to and from the conference, accommodation, breakfasts, and dinners.
We have programs for children aged 2-6 and 7-11. This program takes place at the hotel and consist of a variety of activities for the children to take part in. Lunch and snacks will be provided both days. The Canadian Down Syndrome Society provides volunteers at a 2 to 1 ratio and all volunteers have up-to-date police and vulnerable sector checks. Children who are 12 can choose whether they would like to go into the Childcare Program or the Teen Program (based on availability).
This program is for conference attendees 12 and up. This program gives this group an opportunity to make new friends and try new things. This group will participate in a variety of activities; these activities take place both at the conference location as well as in the community. Lunch and snacks will be provided both days. All volunteers have up-to-date police and vulnerable sector checks.
A self-advocate is a person with Down syndrome over the age of 18.
You are not required to stay at the hotel where the conference is being held, but CDSS has secured a discounted rate for conference attendees.
If you would like to extend your stay please contact the hotel reservation desk directly.