Down Syndrome Resource Foundation Rebrands and Launches New Website

The Down Syndrome Resource Foundation (DSRF) has a new look to better showcase their services to the Down syndrome community. Their new logo represents DSRF’s exceptional connection with the people they support.

85% of families say DSRF provides support they can’t receive anywhere else. “DSRF gives our family a supportive community, essential resources, and a sense of belonging in a world where it doesn’t always seem like we fit,” shares one parent. This is a common sentiment among those connected to the organization.

“Our new logo represents connection and a balance between warmth,
professionalism, and a sense of home.” – Glen Hoos, Director of Communications

Since 1995, DSRF has provided support for people with Down syndrome at every stage of life throughout British Columbia. They have helped thousands of people with Down syndrome, their families, and caregivers step into the future with the confidence and skills needed to achieve their unique success. Today, DSRF offers a level of Down syndrome expertise and understanding unmatched in Canada—a one-stop shop for Down syndrome.

For DSRF families, the new website launched today is a gateway to the organization’s life-changing educational programs and health services. Families across the country and worldwide, meanwhile, can benefit from a growing collection of resources created by some of Canada’s top Down syndrome specialists, including webinars, workshops, and events for families and educators. Resources include 3.21: Canada’s Down Syndrome Magazine (co-published with the Canadian Down Syndrome Society), The LowDOWN: A Down Syndrome Podcast, over 60 Learn at Home lessons, and a comprehensive video library.

DSRF’s vision is a Canada that values and empowers people with Down syndrome, fostering economic, social, and individual inclusion throughout their lives. The newly reimagined website and look are a big step towards that future.