Results of a study conducted by researchers at Down Syndrome Education International and published today in the American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
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This leaflet describes how calendars can provide a visual representation of time so you can see timescales like three months, five weeks, six days: they show information that can be difficult to ‘know’ when you hear the words.
Ese Stacey’s involvement with Down syndrome issues came about after her second child Hannah was born with the condition in 2005. Since then Ese and her husband Simon have worked tirelessly to help change the health and lives of Down syndrome children.
For improving the health of children with DS.
Pupils with Down syndrome often exhibit difficulties with taking in, integrating and making use of sensory information.
Down Syndrome Development Trust follow up clinics for schools and parents. Follow up clinics after each training day are a good way of expanding the knowledge of parents and supporting members of staff; helping gain further guidance and support for teaching children and young people with DS on methods of best practise. What happens at the clinics? The children take part Read more…
Bryn Musson (registered Osteopath) in Partnership with Down Syndrome Development Trust. Cranial clinic. Parents inform us that after a number of sessions their children received immediate health benefits. Benefits to Cranial Osteopathy Cranial osteopathy can have a number of positive effects on the skeletal development of the body. It has also been reported to make a big difference with upper respiratory issues Read more…
Roche Laboratories, teamed with other researchers, just published results describing a compound that reverses impaired brain cell signaling in a mouse model with Down syndrome.
The aim of cranial osteopathy is to ensure that all areas of the body have the freedom to move properly, and are receiving the right blood supply and nerve supply so that all the tissues can function as well as possible.