At DSAG, our mission is to provide parent support and public awareness to improve the quality of life for those with Down syndrome Welcome to the Down Syndrome Awareness Group of Baton Rouge! Donate Now!

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The Down Syndrome Awareness Group (DSAG) was founded in 1983 by an amazingly determined group of parents who wanted not only to improve the lives of their children but to also create a life of inclusion for them. In 2021, a few Baton Rouge families banded together to bring a new meaning to DSAG: Connect and Celebrate!

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From providing parent support to promoting a better understanding of Down syndrome, DSAG works to promote positive social conditions that foster the full growth and potential of children and adults with Down syndrome. 

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DSAG-Baton Rouge is at Bridgeview Gun Club.
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Time to bring out the big guns 💪🏼 We’re aiming for a full day of shooting, networking, food, and fun all while raising funds for DSAG - Baton Rouge. Hope to see you there.🟡 SPONSORSHIP FORM BELOW 🟡For team or individual signup, contact Matt Talley at (225) 505-1969 or mtalle2@gmail.com.SEE YOU AT THE SHOOT! ... See MoreSee Less
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What if this was actually the sweetest 😍🥰It means the world to us to know we have such thoughtful and caring educational environments in our area like G.W. Carver Primary. We appreciate you! 💙💛Celebrating Downs Syndrome Awareness! Thank you to our Carver families that helped us with this fundraiser. Pictured: Edward Rodrigue, Alexandra Lanoux, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Townley, Dr. Babin 🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾 ... See MoreSee Less
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