Accept. Include. Appreciate.

Down syndrome is one of the most common birth defects in the US with approximately 6000 births annually, resulting in approximately 1 in 700 live births results in a baby born with Down syndrome.

Covid Update

Due to the ongoing COVID concerns, DSACC will continue to provide support and resources virtually until it is safe to gather once again.

Did you know DSACC has bags of personal protection gear available for families? FREE!

 Thanks to our friends at the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, you can stop by the office to pick up your supplies Monday's & Wednesday's from 10-1 pm every week until supplies run out.

Can't make those hours? Contact us at 559.228.0411 for a different arrangement.

We can also help you with diapering needs!
Contact Ruth at om@dsac.corg


We're always on the lookout for volunteers, sponsors, and donations. Take a look at all the ways you can get involved with DSACC.


Set up automatic recurring or a one-time donation.


A portion of qualifying sales will be automatically donated to DSACC!


Did you know when you shop for groceries, you can have a portion of your sale benefit DSACC?


Ask your company if they will match your donation and double the impact!

In loving memory of Lori Negrete whose life was dedicated to supporting children with disabilities in special education. 

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Founded by five families from the Central Valley, the foundation for the association that we know today began with a meeting around a kitchen table in June of 1999.

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We continue to grow and expand our services covering 6 counties Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Madera, Mariposa and Merced. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome. The goal of the organization is to provide programs and events that promote greater awareness of the developmental, educational, and social potential of people with Down syndrome. These programs benefit people with Down syndrome, their family members, and the social science, education, and medical professionals who support them.