Transportation

EACH MONTHLY Aging Matters activity includes FREE TRANSPORTATION and RESPITE CARE.

Transportation and respite care are available to participants with Down syndrome and their families at no cost to you! DSNetwork can assist you with travel arrangements by personally picking up/dropping off your loved one at one of three convenient valley-wide locations and taking them to the scheduled activity. Respite care is provided by Absolute HCBS and trained DSNetwork volunteers.

Learn more about our free transportation and respite service here.

Of course, parents and caregivers are always welcome to transport their loved ones and stay with them throughout the event.

Upcoming Events

Xcell for Adults: Health & Wellness Series

Xcell for Adults: Health & Wellness Series

October 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

 Xcell for ADULTS (Formerly called AGING MATTERS) IS OFFERING A SERIES OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS FUN SESSIONS for Adults w/Down syndrome (ages 18+)  When: 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month Time: 4:00p - 5:30p Oct 8 & 22  |  Nov 5 & 19 Dec 3 & 17 (NOTE: December sessions are the 1st and [...]

Virtual ZUMBA for ALL Ages

Virtual ZUMBA for ALL Ages

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

DSNETWORK is now offering VIRTUAL ZUMBA for the whole family Dsnetwork is excited to announce Virtual Zumba to ALL our loved ones with Down syndrome (all ages) and their family members with Zumba Instructor - Ms.Susan Alonzo! When: Sat, Oct 10 & 24 Time: 10-11 am Where: VIRTUAL Registration is required! Adapted Zoom Zumba® classes: [...]

Xcell for Adults with Down syndrome

Xcell for Adults with Down syndrome

October 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Xcell (formerly called Aging Matters) is a program tailored for our adults with Down syndrome (ages 18+). Aging really does matter and the quality of life for our aging population should be the BEST! LISTED BELOW ARE UPCOMING AGING Xcell PROGRAM ACTIVITIES: Xcell Program VIRTUAL ACTIVITY Theme: BINGO! Thurs, October 15 | 4- 5:30pm Let's [...]

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