- About Us
- How You Can Help
- Photo Gallery
- Recursos en Español
Learning that your unborn baby has Down syndrome can be very difficult to hear. This unexpected news may generate a wide range of emotions, concerns and unanswered questions. The DSAGC is here to assist you and your family members as you prepare for the birth of your new little one. Our Early Matters Support Coordinator can provide guidance for you and your family, connect you with another parent who received a prenatal diagnosis, make a personal visit and send you materials. Please know that we care about your family and we are here to help you at this sensitive time. Please contact Martha at (email@example.com) or give her a call at 513-761-5400 or 513-300-9323.
“We were diagnosed at 18 weeks gestation and were so pleased when we found Martha one month prior to Ryan’s birth. DSAGC represented a place to call “home” in a sense. It brought us together with others going through similar experiences, so we did not feel alone. I’ll always remember Martha’s bright smile and perfect balance of enthusiasm and caring concern when she delivered our “welcome basket” that still sits prominently displayed (now full of stuffed animals) in Ryan’s room, five years later.”
- Mary Lynne Sauby, mother of Ryan