San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Late Start Information - We are pleased to invite you to participate in 2013-2014 LP Online, the online learning community based on DSF’s The Learning Program™. The Learning Program™ utilizes current research on best practices and effective teaching strategies to improve educational outcomes for children with Down syndrome. For more information, visit www.dsfoc.org.
Late start for LP Online will consist of four prerecorded sessions and six live or recorded sessions from our Level 1 class offered through Webex seminars. Level 1 is for parents of children with Down syndrome between 3 and 6 years of age who are interested in support with vocabulary expansion, sight word acquisition, sentence building, personalized materials, and early number concepts.
LIVE PROGRAM DATES/TIMES: All live sessions are broadcast at 9:30 a.m. PST
NOTE: Program dates are subject to change with reasonable notice, but all sessions will be available in live and recorded format.
Caveat – These program sessions are the same as those sessions which will be offered this year through our fifteen Learning Program Partners nationwide. If you are already participating in a Learning Program, LP Online presentations will use the same topics and materials. Similarly, some of the sessions have been offered at the NDSC Conference and other conferences nationwide.
Tuition includes access to webex seminar, access to recording, acess to Wikispaces site with instructional handouts. Literacy and math materials are available through our online store (www.dsfoc.com/store) at a discounted rate for program participants. Free access to most materials is available through our website.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need to make alternative financial arrangements. Limited scholarships are available.
DSF - The Learning Program - Webex
DSF and NDSC's Center for Educational Excellence
DSF and NDSC's Center for Educational Excellence are partnering to deliver LP Online™.
Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County
Effective education and community inclusion for people with Down syndrome.
To serve people with Down syndrome by developing educational, social and support programs delivered in partnership with individuals, families, professionals and communities.
Programming: DSF is a leader in the development of educational programming for students with Down syndrome. DSF’s program goals are to improve academic and social outcomes and maximize independence in adulthood.
Educating: Through its programs, DSF shares strategies, resources and activities with parents, students, educators and other Down syndrome groups through face-to-face, online and partnership models.
Collaborating: DSF partners with researchers, educators, Down syndrome groups, and members of its community to increase the scope and impact of its work.
National Down Syndrome Congress
Mission and Vision Statements
The mission of the National Down Syndrome Congress is to provide information, advocacy and support concerning all aspects of life for individuals with Down syndrome.
The vision of the NDSC is a world with equal rights and opportunities for people with Down syndrome.