Down Syndrome Educational Alliance
The Down Syndrome Education Alliance strives to provide information, training, resources and supports by partnering with Bay Area educators who work with students with Down syndrome. We offer information regarding the general learning profile of individuals with Down syndrome and research-based best practices for educating them. The Alliance offers direct training, consultation, ability awareness presentations, and access to our curriculum, AAC and print libraries.
Want to learn more about the DSEA? Please see our brochure here.
Are you an educator? Download our Educator's Manual here for a good starting place.
Are you a parent of a student with Ds? Click here to understand common education-related myths and learn how to best advocate for your child. (in Español click here).
Just starting to look at schools? Please see our guide: "How do I choose a school for my child who has Down syndrome?" (in Español click here).
Want more information? Call Elizabeth Lewis, DSCBA Director of Education 925-362-8660 x106
Down Syndrome Education Alliance Presents:
T E A C H
A virtual educational and empowerment series created to inspire and support parents and caregivers who are participating in distance learning.
T E A C H GOAL:
To provide TRAINING that leads to EMPOWERMENT and ACCESS to materials while utilizing a COLLABORATIVE approach and fostering at HOME education success.
T E A C H PDF PRESENTATIONS:
T E A C H Presents: NUMICON - An Evidence-Based Approach to Mathematics
T E A C H Presents: Effective Strategies to Help Keep Your Child Motivated and Engaged to Learn
T E A C H Presents: Homework Modifications
T E A C H Presents: Positive Behavior Supports
To Register: Email Elizabeth Lewis email@example.com