own syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal condition. In the United States there are more than 400,000 individuals living with Down syndrome, occurring in people of all races and economic levels. The majority of individuals with Down syndrome experience cognitive delays, ranging from usually mild to moderate and is not indicative of the many strengths and talents that each child and adult possesses. People with Down syndrome attend school, are employed, participate in decisions that affect them, enjoy leisure and recreational activities, and contribute to society in numerous ways
Ace Human Services provides acceptance and promotes community inclusion activities with individuals who have Down syndrome. We are your advocates towards enhancing quality of life and in assisting individuals with realizing their life aspirations and dreams. Helping to provide a stimulating home environment, good health care and positive support from family, friends and community members enables people with Down syndrome to develop their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.
Our direct support personal can provide assistance, support or direction with self-care issues, developing housekeeping and meal preparation skills, assistance with teaching personal decision making, shopping and other errands. They also can assist and prompt the individual with involvement in the community through leisure or recreational activities, working at a job or doing volunteer work, pursing educational goals and visiting with friends.
Ace Human Services personnel assist the individual in growing and learning new skills that can make an individual with Down syndrome become a valued member in the community. This is achieved through working on a holistic care plan with encouraging and supportive means.