What’s the NDSC Annual Convention all about?
Each year, thousands of people from across the globe attend the National Down Syndrome Congress Annual Convention. For most, it’s to hear the latest information from world-renowned experts. For others, it’s a great vacation. But for nearly all, there’s the one-of-a-kind NDSC family reunion feeling that permeates the convention weekend.
Join us this summer where the views are breathtaking and the history is rich. This is your opportunity to reach Beyond All Limits! The NDSC Convention includes inspiring plenary sessions, more than 60 topic-specific workshops, sharing sessions, a film festival, an exhibit floor, social events, networking, dances, and so much more!
PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS: Learn from the best as internationally know experts come to Phoenix to share their knowledge and help you envision a world beyond expectations.
SELF-ADVOCATES: Join 300 individuals with DS from across the country to learn, share, become empowered and have an amazing time!
SIBLINGS: Share and learn alongside your peers, going beyond your fears and uncertainties.
How can I get my product or service in front of the Down syndrome community?
The NDSC Convention boasts the largest annual gathering in the world of self-advocates, parents, siblings and professionals associated with Down syndrome. The exhibit floor at the convention is comprised of organizations and companies that provide information, technology, resources, products and services to a large and receptive audience. Exhibiting at the convention will give your company exposure to the more than 3,300 people expected to attend.
About the NDSC:
The National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) is a membership-sustained not-for-profit organization dedicated to an improved world for individuals with Down syndrome. Founded in 1973, we are the leading national resource of support and information for anyone touched by or seeking to learn about Down syndrome, from the moment of a pre-natal diagnosis through adulthood.
The purpose of the NDSC is to promote the interests of people with Down syndrome and their families through advocacy, public awareness, and information. When we empower individuals and families from all demographic backgrounds, we reshape the way people understand and experience Down syndrome.