Down Syndrome

Get help for a recent Down syndrome diagnosis by using our resource library. Whether it is a prenatal screening or postnatal diagnosis, many parents who learn that their child has Down syndrome feel unsure of where to start. As Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder, it typically results in physical milestone delays, mild to moderate intellectual delays, and characteristic facial features. Our resource library provides answers to common questions and addresses misconceptions about the abilities and quality of life for children with Down syndrome. We provide tips on how to create a home safety zone for Down syndrome children at every stage from birth to seven years. You can also view advice and success stories from parents and child specialists who have helped children with Down syndrome reach monumental achievements. If you need help with the management of a Down syndrome diagnosis, use our guide to early childhood intervention to help with all stages of the child’s cognitive and physical development.