At DSACC we understand how important it is to connect with the community around us, which is why we love hosting family socials to connect old friends & new!

Be sure to join us for our annual 5 & under gatherings, family festivals, WDSD celebration, Ds Awareness Month celebrations, and so many others!


World Down Syndrome Day 3.21

Every year we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) on March 21 in representation of the 3 copies of Trisomy21- hence 3.21!

Celebrate with the rest of the world by wearing crazy, wacky, silly, many or wild socks! Socks were chosen as the mascot of WDSD because the 21st chromosome looks a bit like a pair of socks!  So when people ask you why you have

on so many socks or such crazy socks, you can tell them it is to raise awareness and celebrate World Down Syndrome Day!

DSACC also has some great WDSD shirts for sale!  Order yours today, or before March 10 so that you can pick it up in time to wear it for 3.21!


Bowling Club
We invite our members 15 & older for a casual bowling meet up the 2nd Monday of every month at Fresno State’s Bowling alley.  Bowling is FREE thanks to an amazing donor!  Parking may have a fee depending on where you park.  We encourage parents to join stick around to bowl and meet others! Please RSVP to, or text 559.825.4981 by the Saturday prior

  • 2nd Monday of the Month at 6 pm
  • Bulldog Bowl: 5280 N Jackson Avenue Fresno, Ca 93740 (on Fresno State's Campus)<
  • FREE! parking is not covered

Tiny Tots
DSACC wants to invite our littlest friends with Down syndrome (8 weeks to 5 years) & their parents for some in-person fun!  This is a great opportunity for new families to meet and connect in a fun, casual environment. Some meet ups we will have play and learn opportunities, others will be open play. All Tiny Tots are FREE & fun!
Join us the 2nd and 4th Tuesday morning of the month from 10:30-12:00pm at the DSACC office: 1491 W Shaw Avenue Fresno, CA 93711

  • November 14 & 28, 2023
  • Only December 12, 2023
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To enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome.


We envision a community that demonstrates acceptance, inclusion and appreciation for those who have Down syndrome.