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All About Down's Syndrome

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Down syndrome, is the most frequently occurring chromosomal disorder in children.

Children with Down syndrome progress more slowly than other children. Tounderstand how these children differ from others, effective teaching methods can be devised.

Parents of a child with Down syndrome should remember that, like any other child, their child also needs the support and help of his parents.

To know more about Down syndrome, you can flip through the pages of this ClipBook.

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A Comprehensive Guide To Down's Syndrome

Down's syndrome is a condition in which a child is born with an extra copy of a 21st chromosome. This causes physical and mental developmental delays and disabilities.

Down's Syndrome: Facts And Faqs

Down's syndrome is the most frequently occurring chromosomal disorder and the leading cause of intellectual and developmental delay in the U.S. and in the world. Here are some basic facts and answers about Down's syndrome.

Development And Learning For People With Down's Syndrome

People with Down's syndrome experience learning difficulties that lead to delays in many areas of development. There are particular patterns of learning difficulties. These patterns can inform more effective teaching approaches and therapies.

Symptoms Of Down's Syndrome

Physical development in children with Down's syndrome is often slower than that of normal children. For example, because of poor muscle tone, a child with Down's syndrome may be slow to learn to turn over, sit, stand, and walk.

What Are The Common Treatments For Down's Syndrome?

There is no single, standard treatment for Down's syndrome. Treatments are based on each individual's physical and intellectual needs as well as his or her personal strengths and limitations.

Dental Care Guidance For Caregivers Of Patients With Down Syndrome

Visiting a dentist is quite stressful even for normal people. And for people with Down syndrome, it can be more of a challenge. Caregivers of patients should be equipped to take care of the patient during a visit to the dentist. This article provi...

How To Raise A Child With Down's Syndrome

If your child is diagnosed with Down's syndrome, what are your next steps? A mother of a child with Down's syndrome shares her recommendations.

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