I want to employ someone with Down syndrome!


Congratulations! You have made the decision to employ someone with Down syndrome to do a ‘real job with real wages’.  The benefits to your organizational health from employing someone with Down syndrome will go far beyond their actual job performance.

Tell us about you, your company and the job.       


Some of our valued employers




Employer Resources

NDSS Resources

  • Employment & Volunteer Work

Provides information and resources on types of employment

  • Helpline

800-221-4602 / info@ndss.org

Through our toll-free helpline and email service, NDSS recieves more than 10,000 requests a year for information on DOwn syndrome

External Resources

  • Association of Persons Supporting Emplyment (APSE)

www.apse.org

Focuses on integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities

  • Job Accomodation Network (JAN)

www.jan.wvu.edu

A source of free, expert and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues

  • Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress: Your Next Star

www.yournextstar.com

This list of resources provides excellent information for business owners and those hiring

  • National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability/Youth

www.ncw-youth.info

Assists state and local workforce development systems to better serve all youth, including youth with disabilities 

Down Syndrome Guild of Southeast Michigan

P.O. Box 28 Royal Oak, MI 48068
Office: (248) 556-5341
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