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Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee

Last Updated: 9/11/2013 9:08:08 AM

Nonprofit

Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee

Address

111 North Wilson Boulevard


Nashville, TN 37205-
Davidson County

Primary Phone

(615) 386-9002

Primary Fax

(615) 386-9754

Contact Email

alecia@dsamt.org

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CEO/Executive Director

Mrs. Alecia Talbott

Board Chair

Mr. Bob Brunner

Board Chair Company Affiliation

The Medicines Company

Board Members

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Year of Incorporation

1995

Former Names


Overview

The Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee's mission is to enhance the quality of life of individuals, throughout the lifespan, with Down syndrome by providing support, information, and education to those individuals, their families, and the communities that make up the Middle Tennessee region.  We are committed to being the leader in Tennessee in supporting and enhancing the quality of life, and realizing the potential of all people with Down syndrome.

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Programs

Education & Information

Support Groups and Counseling

Summer Camps

Statewide Conference

Enrichment Opportunities & Community Awareness

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Financials

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Projected Revenue

$300,000

Projected Expenses

$250,000

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The dramatic achievements of public health in the 20th century have improved our quality of life in a myriad of ways, including an increase in life expectancy, worldwide reduction of infant and child mortality rates, and the elimination or reduction of many communicable diseases. In Middle Tennessee, improvements in preventive medicine and advanced medical technology have resulted in increased life expectancy and improved health for many residents. However, significant health disparities exist in our region, resulting in poor health status often related to economic status, race, and/or gender.