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- Sproutflix- Sproutflix presents carefully selected films of artistry and intellect from around the world specifically related to the lives, performances and accomplishments of people with developmental disabilities.
- Movie suggestion: My Brother- A movie based on the lives of two brothers, one with Down Syndrome and one without. The movie has not been given adequate promotion due the the powerful nature of the film. Despite many awards, it never became main stream. Be sure to make an effort to find it and see it.
- Pathfinder Village - a residential community in Central New York- Dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults who have Down syndrome.
- http://www.fcdsn.com/- A group of individuals that have joined together to provide support and education to families and the community. Each individual in the group has his/her own opinions about issues relating to Down Syndrome.
- Down Syndrome Association of Hudson Valley- The mission of the Down Syndrome Assoication-Hudson Valley is to provide support to new parents, to provide information to the public, to increase awareness to the public, to improve employment for our children, to improve education to our children.
- The Association For Children With Down Syndrome, Inc. (ACDS)- Long Islands service provider for children and Adults with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities.
- Down Syndrome Information Network of the Twin Tiers- Dedicated to education and support of those with Down Syndrome or those who have loved ones with the condition.
- North Country Down Syndrome Association Inc.- The North Country Down Syndrome Association is a not for profit organization whose main goal is to enhance the quality of life of people with Down Syndrome.
- National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS)- The National Down Syndrome Society envisions a world in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to realize their life aspirations.
- Down Syndrome Resource Center of the Capital Region- DSRC and Aim High are two organizations in the Capital Region of NYS (Albany, NY) working closely together to provide services and support to people with Down syndrome and their families.