Resources and Information
- Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome
A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Libby Kumin, Ph., CCC-SLP
- Make an Informed Vaccine Decision for the Health of Your Child
A Parent’s Guide to Childhood Shots
Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH with Neil Z. Miller
- Another season : A coach’s story of raising an exceptional son
GeneStallings and Sally Cook
A very good book for fathers to read
- Third Edition : Babies with Down Syndrome
A New Parents’ Guide
Edited by Susan J. Skallerup
- Expecting Adam
Martha’s book documents her extraordinary pregnancy.
- Road Map to Holland
Jennifer Graf Groneberg
- Down’s Upside: A Positive View of Down’s Syndrome
Eva Snoijink came into contact with Pien, a little girl with Down’s syndrome. She realized that Pien was no different from all the other children she had photographed and that her own preconceived ideas about Down’s Syndrome were actually baseless. She decided to do something about this, and thus the Down’s Upside project was born.
Eva hopes that Down’s Upside will not just be a pleasure to read and look at but that it will also help give people in our society a realistic impression of Down’s syndrome – so that everyone who sees a child with Down’s syndrome looks beyond the syndrome and learns to value the child behind it.
Books we find Inspirational:
- I Am Potential : 8 Lessons on Living, Loving, & Reaching Your Dreams
Patrick Henry Hughes
- Make the Impossible Possible
Bill Strickland with Vince Rause
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- What is Down’s Syndrome?
Down Syndrome: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Down Syndrome is a chromosomal disorder caused by the presence of all or part of an extra 21st chromosome. It is named after John Langdon Down, the British physician who described the syndrome in 1866. The disorder was identified as a chromosome 21 trisomy by Jérôme Lejeune in 1959.
- Looking for a swim instructor?
We now have Jack in swim lessons and have found an outstanding swim instructor. Her name is Amy Schwoerer who has over 30 years experience. Amy’s phone number is (920) 698-6913 and e-mail is amy.schwoerer -at- gmail.com
- Behavioral Therapist
If one is looking for a behavioral therapist this is a good website to look over: Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)