What is Down syndrome?

Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal genetic condition.  It occurs in 1 out of every 691 births and affects people of all races and economic levels.

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Ways to Give

Make a difference and help us fulfill our mission to empower individuals, educate families, enhance communities and together, celebrate the extraordinary lives of people with Down syndrome.

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Buddy Walk

Our 13th annual Buddy Walk took place on Saturday, September 6th at Sawyer Point.  It's not too late to contribute to a team or participant.  Be a part of our mission TODAY!

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Join us at our Winter Dance on Saturday, February 7th at the Newport Syndicate in Newport, KY.  


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  • Dec 19,3:40 PM

  • Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati

  • Today was an exciting day as Governor Kasich signed OH HB552 (The Pro-Informatio...

  • Today was an exciting day as Governor Kasich signed OH HB552 (The Pro-Information Bill) into law. This new law will require doctors and other medical professionals to give up-to-date and well-researched information on Down syndrome, when a family receives a diagnosis, whether prenatally or post-birth that they have a child with Down syndrome. Included in that information will be how they can contact support organizations like the DSAGC.

    Special thanks goes out to House Representative Peter Stautberg from Cincinnati, who sponsored the bill and moved it along through the whole process. We also want to thank Alan Abes, Dave Eberly and the rest of our Government Affairs Committee, who took it upon themselves to do all they could to make the dream of this bill become a reality.