National Down Syndrome Congress. The oldest support organization for those with family members with Down syndrome. On their website, you will find interesting information as well as great stories from self-advocates. Each year, the NDSC hosts a national Down syndrome conference.
National Down Syndrome Society. Most famous for creating the Buddy Walk, this organization's website has a variety of great articles, facts about Down syndrome, and resources for those interested in learning more about Down syndrome.
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation provides fundraising, education, awareness and government advocacy for the Linda Crnic Institute for Down Syndrome.
Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnatti. Not only a wonderfully organized and well-respected organization, but also involved in aiding in the adoption of children with Down syndrome.
Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas. Great programs and opportunities for education regarding Down syndrome can be found online at the guild's site.
International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association. Information about Mosaic Down Syndrome.
If you have just received a confirmed or suspected diagnosis, you may be feeling very afraid, alone, and overwhelmed. This website offers information that can help.
Texas Education Agency.
Partners Resource Network. Parent-training initiative with regional directors and an abundant amount of information for parents of children with disabilities.
Starfall. Free reading website...check it out!!!
Out of the Box. Reading program developed specially for children with Down syndrome.
Region VIII Education Service Center. Available resources for parents as well as teachers. Check their calendar for workshops that might benefit you.
Family to Family Network. Information and referral, education and support. Based in Texas.
Texas Project First. A project of TEA, its mission is to provide accurate and consistent information to parents with children with disabilities. A great resource to check out.