Play For All Chicago Children’s Museum is committed to providing exhibits, programs, and public spaces that are inclusive and interactive for all families. During Play for All events, we invite children and families with disabilities to come and exp... read more
As the holidays near and we approach a new year, it doesn’t hurt to reflect on your child’s educational experience. Are you satisfied with the progress he/she has made in school? Is your child struggling in school? Are you constantly receivin... read more
While not everything in this toolkit is applicable since it was designed for those in Pennsylvania, it is full of great resources and ideas that you can customize for your own young adult. http://www.chop.edu/services/trisomy-21-toolkit-transitioning-adul... read more
See the recent Daily Herald article about our new Welcome Basket Program! NADS recently introduced a pilot program in Lake County to provide welcome baskets to parents who have a new baby with Down syndrome. The baskets include baby items, such as knit... read more
STUDY OPPORTUNITY: Family Views on Quality of Life and Intellectual Disability For Parents or Primary Caregivers/Legal Guardians We invite you to take part in a research study that focuses on family quality of life among parents with a son or daughter wi... read more
Achieving Our Full Potential from Kevin Kirchman. New Video About NADS Learn about our organization Hear about our programs Listen to people with Down syndrome and their families
Members of the Chicagoland D.A.D.S. group were recently interviewed for an article in the Daily Herald. See the article here. For more information about Chicagoland D.A.D.S., click here.