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4th of January 2019

Inclusive Communication Workshop with DSNMC

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. Sunday, January 20, 2019 3:30-5:30 p.m. North Chevy Chase Christian Church (rear entrance to Community Room) Instructor: Nicolette Stearns FREE thanks to the Tribute 21 Fund Class partner: Down Syndrome Network Montgomery County (DSNMC)…


2nd of November 2018

Positively Speaking with DSNMC – Inclusive Communication

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. Sunday, November 11, 2018 3:30-5:30 p.m. North Chevy Chase Christian Church (rear entrance to Community Room) Instructor: Nicolette Stearns FREE thanks to the Tribute 21 Fund Class partner: Down Syndrome Network Montgomery County (DSNMC)…


4th of September 2018

Positively Speaking with DSNMC – Inclusive Communication

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. At this workshop participants will work on a speech for the DSNMC Step Up Walk. The theme is “Cool to be Kind!” Sunday, September 16, 2018 3:30-5:30 p.m. North Chevy Chase Christian Church (rear entrance to…


29th of May 2018

Positively Speaking in Chevy Chase

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. THIS MONTH: Participants will walk the red carpet and deliver a speech!


22nd of March 2018

Positively Speaking in Chevy Chase

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. THIS MONTH: Participants will share an advocacy position on Medicaid and/or post-secondary education. Self-advocates should come prepared with knowledge about how these policies impact their lives.


29th of January 2018

Positively Speaking in Chevy Chase

Teens and adults with Down syndrome (ages 15-40) and their Peer Partners will use the arts to work on communication skills. An award-winning program in partnership with Down Syndrome Network Montgomery County (DSNMC).