Down Syndrome News and Update 5(1)
How post-natal depression affected family life in the early days
Development of a parent-run service in the north of England
What can parents, associations and practitioners do to get early support right?
In this article we are presenting an outline of the experience of the Moscow Downside Up Early Intervention Centre and our focus in our early support service.
Jean describes a project in Brighton that has developed her grandson’s motor skills and his confidence
Joan’s son Andy has Down syndrome and autism. She explains in this article how she uses practical experiences, such as making bread together, supported with matching, selecting and naming activities, to teach new vocabulary.
Sal tells the moving story of how having a child with Down syndrome has enriched her and her husband’s lives by encouraging them to relish each moment rather than constantly looking to the next
Joanna Nye, Sue Buckley, and Gillian Bird
Does Numicon help children with Down syndrome to learn about numbers and to and calculate? Do some benefit more than others? Does it need adapting?