From The Learning Program Online:

Registration is closing for LP Online! Offered by our affiliate-partner, the Down Syndrome Foundation (Orange County, CA) this series of 10 online workshops is for parents/caregivers and educators of elemtary-aged students with Down syndrome. LP Online is the webinar equivalent of our Learning Program parent sessions. Registration is currently open for Level 1, 2 and 3 – these workshops mirror the content covered in our LPB parent sessions, but in an interactive, online format. The live event will be on a weekday, depending on level – all webinars will be recorded and online links will be accessible after each session if you are unable to attend the live event. The deadline to register for LP Online is Sept 11. The first webinar will be on Sept 14.

For more information and to register, go to:


From Learning Program Boston:

Registration is now open for our 2015-2016 Early Education workshop series. Held on Wednesday evenings at the MDSC’s Burlington offices, this six-part series is for families of kids with Down syndrome (DS) between the ages of 3-5 years who are just beginning to show an interest in letters and numbers. Please see below for more information.


From Learning Program Boston:

We’re pleased to share that we have received a grant from the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) to support the Learning Program as we enter our 2015-2016 academic year. Their continued support helps make tuition affordable and allows us to provide scholarships to families in need. Thank you, MDSC!

One of our speakers at our Peer Project this year was Nadine Briggs, Director of Simply Social Kids, which helps kids with mild to moderate social difficulties overcome their challenges and navigate social situations. We love her book, written for kids – provides 10 steps for each of 50 common social challenges kids are likely to encounter.

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