What is it? The Improvaneers is the first and only of its kind social improv group in the United States
When is it? Each Wednesday for 6 weeks at 6:00 p.m. starting January 6.
Where is it: Via Zoom!
Cost: $25* for the 6-week program (approx $4/session)
Brought to you by: Stand Up for Downs, Rob Snow, the Down Syndrome Association for Families of Nebraska, and Down Syndrome Alliance of the Midlands
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*Why is there a fee now? This program has been offered since July to all DSAF attendees free of charge thanks to an incredible COVID Relief Grant received back in summer from the Lincoln Community Foundation. However, that funding has now run dry so we are moving to a cost-share model for all future sessions. Each participant will be asked to pay $25 total (approx $4/session) to participate in the 6 week program. DSAF will pick up the remainder of fees to help keep costs affordable for all attendees. Thanks for your understanding!
Please join us for a virtual yoga session taught by Vanessa from Lotus House of Yoga!
Zoom link will be sent privately through email!
Held every third Tuesday of the month, the educational series is provided by DSAF to its members - extended family and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Ed Series will continue to be held virtually via Zoom until further notice. (Zoom link provided below.)
Dental Care for the Down Syndrome Family, Presented by Dentably: Heading to the dentist can cause feelings of stress and anxiety. For patients with Down syndrome, these feelings can be much more intense. This presentation will provide parents and caregivers with information on preparing for their dental visits and provide them with the tips and care for instilling good oral hygiene habits. We will also discuss the most common dental problems seen in patients with Ds, when to choose sedation during your visit, and how to find an “additional needs” dentist, complete with a list of questions to ask when calling to make an initial appointment and how to prepare your family for the first visit. Finally, we will present information on what to expect as patients age and when to consider a denture lab.
You can access the DSAF Ed. Series presentation at the Zoom information below:
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Developing Reading and Literacy Skills with the Down Syndrome Population, Presented by Little Leaf Learning Center. Kim Yaeger, the founder, president, and teacher with Little Leaf Learning Center will present information and strategies geared towards helping families navigate the road to reading. Little Leaf Learning Center is a leading education program for children with Down syndrome. They have a vision to change the way families think about education for children with special needs. They embrace the whole child and provide endless opportunities for your child.
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