We made a special course to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day, March 21, 2018.
The theme of the international celebration was
This special free course offers a short explanation of WDSD and samples from three of our paid courses: For the Love of Music, Let’s Get Ready to Rumble, and Cooking and Nutrition.
Part of the course introduces another project of The Road We’ve Shared – DOWNs Town Mall. The mall is a site the celebrates entrepreneurs with Down syndrome. These young business owners are great examples of how everyone brings something to their community when they have the right supports in place.
We hope you’ll visit DOWNs Town Mall!
To see our full line of courses and join in the learning fun visit us at https://theroadscholars.moodlecloud.com
As we wrap up this year’s A to Z Blogging Challenge, I want to thank all those business owners who have agreed to be part of our DOWNs Town Mall and invite anyone who’s not yet listed to join us!
Continue reading Young Entrepreneurs – Business Owners Who Have Down Syndrome
Karrie Brown had a dream – and made it come true!
Continue reading The UNSINKABLE Karrie Brown
Rock Star Shades by Mr. J. M. Myers is a new business that is as unique as the man who inspired it.
Continue reading Rock Star Shades – Let Your Unique Flag Fly
Oliver Hellowell, consummate photographer, has a big announcement!
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K is for Kelly – Star of the touching documentary created by her brother Brian Donovan- Kelly’s Hollywood.
Continue reading K is for Kelly’s Hollywood
If you’re looking for a special touch to your holiday or event – consider ordering handmade cards from Hailey!
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Today we’re talking about one of our “Awareness Partners” at The Mall – the great new(ish) book by Jen Jacobs and Mardra Sikora – The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome.
Continue reading The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome
Two of the films in our DOWNs Town Theater come from filmmaker and father, Girard Sagmiller. The first, Dakota’s Pride, introduces us to several people with Down syndrome (Ds) and professionals who care for them. It tells the story of a father looking for answers about Ds after his family’s newest addition is diagnosed with the genetic condition. The second, Dakota’s Pride 2.0 is a follow-up to that film. In it, Sagmiller re-connects with some of the stars of the first film, 10 years later.
Continue reading Dakota’s Pride – Documentaries That Span 10 Years in the Lives of People with Down Syndrome
“Inspires2Aspire, wants to inspire others, including individuals with disabilities and their families by seeing that they can do great things.” – From Todd’s website
Continue reading Cards that Inspire 2 Aspire by Todd Eisinger