• Down Syndrome Resources


    Down Syndrome Resources

    Down Syndrome Page is compiled from the contributions of members of the Down Syndrome Listserv and others.

    National Down Syndrome Society was established in 1979 to ensure that all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to achieve their full potential in community life. Since that time, this not-for-profit organization has become the largest non-governmental supporter of Down syndrome research in the United States.

    National Association for Down Syndrome a not-for-profit organization, was founded in Chicago in 1961 by parents of children with Down syndrome who felt a need to create a better environment and bring about understanding and acceptance of people with Down syndrome.

    National Down Syndrome Congress seeks to create a national climate in which all persons will recognize and embrace the value and dignity of persons with Down syndrome to achieve a better tomorrow.

    Down Syndrome on the Internet functions as a hot link or resource to lead you to the major U.S. national organizations, comprehensive websites, international sites, Internet magazines, medical resources and parent resource information.

    Down Syndrome Quarterly is an "interdisciplinary journal devoted to advancing the state of knowledge on Down syndrome and will cover all areas of medical, behavioral, and social scientific research."

    Americanbaby's Information Page on Down Syndrome This is a simple, straightforward explanation of the most common questions about Down Syndrome

    Answers.com Answers.com has put together this resource for special education.