After School Care & Enrichment Programs

Please Note: These resources are provided solely for your consideration. The Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles makes no endorsement of any agency or their services.


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Ability First
Brenda Starkins
1300 E. Green St.
Pasadena, CA 91106
Tel: 626-639-1744
Services Provided: Life span services to children & adults with Down syndrome and other disabilities. Life span services include early intervention, after school enrichment, school to work transition, work force services, camp, housing, aquatic therapy, social recreation and other social events.

Locations

Anaheim Program
2660 West Broadway
Anaheim, California 92804
Tel: 714-821-7448

Claremont Center
480 South Indian Hill Boulevard
Claremont, California 91711
Tel: 909-621-4727

East Los Angeles Center
154 North Gage Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90063
Tel: 323-268-8178

Harry A. Mier Center
8090 Crenshaw Boulevard
Inglewood, California90305
Tel: 323-753-3101

Lawrence L. Frank Center
201 South Kinneloa Avenue
Pasadena, California 91107
Tel: 626-449-5661

Long Beach Center
3770 East Willow Street
Long Beach, California 90815
Tel: 562-426-6161

The Paul Weston Center
6530 Winnetka Avenue
Woodland Hills, California 91367
Tel: 818-884-6612

Newport Mesa Center
1060 Paularino Avenue, Room 23
Costa Mesa, California 92626
Tel: 714-546-6727


Jals Intermediate Care Facility for Developmentally Disabled
505 W. Avenue K
Lancaster, CA 93534
Tel: 661-723-7245
Services Provided: Intermediate care for developmentally disabled, ages 1-20 years.
Tel: 323-965-5430
Services Provided: School Age Program (5-12). Our school-aged children attended special education classes in public schools and participate in our interschool activities and special events on weekends and during school vacations. For each child, we establish a specialized curriculum that ensures that progress and self-confidence will develop naturally.


The Jeffrey Foundation
5443 W. Washington Bl.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Tel: 323-965-7596
Tel: 323-965-5430
Services Provided: School Age Program (5-12). Our school-aged children attended special education classes in public schools and participate in our interschool activities and special events on weekends and during school vacations. For each child, we establish a specialized curriculum that ensures that progress and self-confidence will develop naturally.


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