The DSAWT has social activities for individuals with Down Syndrome and their families such as our Annual Family Christmas Party, Family Picnic, Buddy Walk, Country Music Lends Down a Hand concert, Circle of Friends – a monthly gathering for teens and young adults. Camp Imaginarium- a summer day camp for children and young adults ages 5-22. Camp EmPower MePower – a summer adult camp for ages 18 and up. Check out the list below for more information. We hope to see you there!
DSAWT Circle of Friends
A social group for individuals with Down Syndrome ages 13+
Meets: Third Saturday of the month with the exception of June and July
Contact: DSAWT at email@example.com or Rachel Hays at 731-415-0889
Circle of Friends is a monthly gathering for teens and adults who have Down Syndrome. Our monthly gatherings provide opportunities for socialization with volunteers and peers in a fun and safe environment. Activities often include going to a movie or restaurant, bowling, dance and karoake, and more.
Circle of Friends is an opportunity to develop a social network and spend some time away from parents, while caregivers get a chance to catch up on errands or spend time with other siblings. Follow us on Facebook for updates on monthly activities.
DSAWT Camp Imaginarium
Camp Imaginarium is a two week day camp for children and young adults with Down Syndrome ages 5-22.
2019 camp dates to be posted at a later date
Location: Camp Clark Williamson, 390 Mason Rd. Humboldt, TN (located at Three Way)
Cost: $200 for the two week camp, includes all activities,supplies, and lunch
Contact and registration information: Debbie Riffle
DSAWT Camp Imaginarium is a two week day camp for children and young adults with Down syndrome ages 5-22. Camp Imaginarium offers a chance to build friendships, communication skills and creativity in a fun and safe environment including activities such as music, drama, arts and crafts, swimming, and yoga. Advance registration is required.
DSAWT EmPower MePower
EmPower MePower is an adult two week day camp for individuals with Down Syndrome ages 18 and up. We offer a variety of recreational experiences that integrate learning and personal empowerment while exploring the community around us. Advance registration is required.
2019 camp dates and location to be posted at a later date.