Omnium Circus – July 8 at 7:00 pm

Join DSANV on Thursday July 8 at 7:00 pm for a online viewing of the spectacular Omnium Circus.  The viewing includes a private conversation with one the performers, Kim Anthony Jones from the Kung Charles Troupe. Kim Anthony Jones has the extraordinary ability to play basketball while riding a unicycle! The Circus is  70 minutes …

Virtual Cooking Challenge LIVE Calls

Every month from October – February there will be a LIVE Cooking Demonstration. The Monday before the LIVE Cooking Demonstration, I will email everyone signed up a shopping list of ingredients and pictorial recipes for what we plan to make that day. For each LIVE Cooking Demonstration I plan to have one healthy option and …

Webinar Series with Dr. Chris Hoffner Barthold

DSANV is proud to present a three part webinar series with Dr. Chris Hoffner Barthold, a Behavior Analyst from George Mason University! We are excited to collaborate with Chris to facilitate webinars that address the unique challenges of quarantining at home while parenting a child who has a developmental disability. The webinars will be offered …

DSANV Virtual Relationshapes Activities

Relationshapes is a program presented by the Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia to teach individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), including Down syndrome, about social relationships. During the Stay at Home Order issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DSANV is presenting a series of online lessons and activities from our Relationshapes program that can be conducted at …

DSANV Virtual Cooking Club

The DSANV Cooking Club meets periodically to prepare and taste delicious new recipes! It is based on the tenets of maximizing choice, ensuring hands on engagement, using adaptations (as needed to ensure safety), and promoting families cooking together. Click here to learn more! Every two weeks there will be a new Virtual Cooking Challenge from …

Mason LIFE Open Session

The Mason LIFE Program at George Mason University is an innovative post-secondary program for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who desire a university experience in a supportive academic environment. The program offers periodic information sessions, but they also have a powerpoint of an informational session available year round HERE.