DSL Southern Indiana Campus

All of Down Syndrome of Louisville’s programming is always open to Southern Indiana families, however, expanded services and programs are available in the Southern Indiana region. You can see all DSL’s program categories here. We also have many additional Family Support Services in addition to these programs. Our Lifelong Learning Model shows many of the programs and services that we offer throughout the lifespan in one quick glance.

The Southern Indiana Down Syndrome Lifelong Learning Center is in Trinity United Methodist Church in New Albany, Indiana.

Living & Learning

Living & Learning focuses on developing skills of independence in the home and workplace.

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Turtoring

One on One academic tutoring provides ongoing learning opportunities to our members after high-school graduation.

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Early Ed Group Classes

Early Ed Group Class, intended for parents and their infants or toddlers (0 – 5 years), teaches important “first step” skills enabling participants to reach developmental milestones important to their age group.

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School Age Pop-Ups

Saturday School (grades K-8), continued weekend learning that’s FUN!

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Bike Camp

This program aims to teach children and adults with Down syndrome how to ride a bike using a variety of teaching methods, games, and bike modifications.

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Boogie Down Crew

Healthy movement set to music and an opportunity to entertain is the goal of this program.

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Boogie Down Ballet

A partnership with Louisville Ballet for those 13 and under to practice fundamental movement.

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Transportation to Louisville Campus for Events

Virtual DSL

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Southern Indiana Team

Abbie Donoway

Southern Indiana Coordinator

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Carly Riggs

Engagement Director

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Indiana News & Stories

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Margie turned 66!


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