DSACT is proud to partner with iCan Shine, Inc. to offer a 5-day adaptive bike camp to DSACT members! Thanks to the City of Dripping Springs for sponsoring this program!
Our social groups connect individuals with Down syndrome and their families by age group. Whatever you're going through, another member has been there.
Our programs offer opportunities for people with Down syndrome to fulfill their potential as valued members of our Central Texas community. Click above to view and register for the DSACT Recreational Programs.
We provide parents, family members, friends, educators, and medical professionals with relevant, up-to-date information about Down syndrome. To learn more, visit the Resources tab above.
The Buddy Walk is a nationwide event, created by the National Down Syndrome Society in 1995, that consists of a one-mile walk as well as a day of outdoor games and activities. It is an inspirational and educational event that celebrates the many abilities and accomplishments of people with Down syndrome.
Together, the Texas Lassos and the Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas organize the annual 3.2.1 Fun Run in an effort to increase awareness and knowledge of Down syndrome, fundraise for DSACT, and provide a fun family-friendly event for the local community.
Come on out to unwind and dine on amazing desserts, specialty drinks and great food. Enjoy spending the evening with good company, great music, dancing and games. Additionally, bid on and win fantastic items in our silent auction. Your support makes it possible for us to provide many programs and services to our members with Down syndrome. We hope to see you there!
We are excited to continue our annual Share the Passion campaign and happy to announce that we will be replacing the traditional calendars with a more versatile collection of high-end notebooks! Each picture on the notebook will tell its own story about the individuals with Down syndrome and the celebrity with whom they share the same passion. Our goal is to raise awareness of how individuals with Down syndrome are ‘more alike than different’ than anyone else.