Summer Tutoring

Tuesdays and Thursdays in July

Ages: students in grades K - 12 
Session Times: choose between

Location: DSAGC Empowerment Center
Cost: $120 *participants can use the DSAGC's Community Participation Fund to cover half the cost.


Our summer tutoring program is offered to expand learning time for children with Down syndrome. It is led by high-quality certified special education instructors. The tutoring program will be individualized and customized via parent/caregiver desires. There will be one certified special education per two students.

As the school year ends, many students look forward to a break from the structure, expectations and demands of school. However, students with special needs, are at higher risk of experiencing difficulty in retaining skills learned through the academic school year after extended time off from school, such as summer months or spring break. This is commonly referred to as “the summer slide.” These extended interruptions break the rhythm of instruction, lead to forgetting, and require a significant amount of review of material when students return. Ultimately, the student's skills regress. Likewise, recoupment (i.e. regaining skills lost over such periods of time) may take longer. This cycle of regression/recoupment poses a hindrance to our children's academic success. Our summer tutoring program is a great way to continue learning in the summer months.

Registration Opens March 1.

Tutoring in Your Town

Thursdays (February 1 - March 7 2024)

Tutoring in Your Town is a program designed to offer individualized tutoring services during the school year to students with Down syndrome. Each session will be 1:1 with a certified education professional and tailored to the parent/caregiver desires. There are four tutoring locations to choose from throughout Greater Cincinnati.

Ages: students in grades K - 12
Session Times: choose between

Location: choose between

Our tutor was amazing - my son loved her and he looked forward to going every week. We focused on reading comprehension and using his talker. I can tell you that it has made a significant improvement in his tolerance with the talker. He has even started using it on his own and unprompted!!! We are so excited to continue to build upon his new found “like” for his AAC device.