Lifelong Down syndrome support for Wisconsin

Wisconsin Upside Down is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with Down syndrome. The mission of Wisconsin Upside Down is to offer Down syndrome Advocacy, Education, Awareness and Support to families of individuals with Down syndrome and the community.

Join The Wisconsin Upside Down Auction – closes November 17th!

HOLIDAY On-Line AUCTION NOW!

 

 

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Sign up here! You’ll be the first to know the inside scoop about what’s happening at Wisconsin Upside Down. Come see why our families are happy to have found a home here.

Visit Our Newest Group, WIUSD Northwest!

Volunteer Opportunities

Learn how to get involved.

 

Call 262-443-8690 to volunteer to help at the Annual Holiday Party on December 3rd or at our Caroling Party on December 8th!

Gatherings & Events

 

Sun., Dec., 3rd, 10th Annual Brunch With Santa & Secret Shop For more info & to register:  Click Here!

 

 

Friday, December 8th, Annual Caroling with Santa– 6:30-9pm          This Great Coffee Place in Hartland, 365 Cottonwood Ave.!

This event is geared towards Teens and Adults with Down syndrome and other disabilities. Please RSVP to Robbin 262-443-8690


 

“ See my daughter first, not her disability.”

~ Parent

“I have learned more from my son than I could have ever possibly imagined.
I hope I can give him as much as he has given me as he continues to grow up.”
~Deb Balderas

 Every time the Green Bay Packers make a first down,
UnitedHealthcare will donate to Wisconsin Upside Down!
~First Downs For Down Syndrome

“Our family learns, smiles, laughs, cries and thanks God for not only opening our hearts, but opening our eyes to what the picture [life] should be.”
~Marybeth Mielke

 “Down syndrome is a gift that can’t wait to be opened.”
~Diane Moede

 “One of my greatest joys is when my 3rd grade daughter,
who has Down syndrome, reads me a bedtime story.”
~Robbin Lyons

 “Having a child with Down syndrome has introduced me to so many wonderful people and given me a new respect for the differences in all of us.”
~Amy Elfner

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