Caring for a Child with Down syndrome
Here is some recommended reading if you are caring for, parenting, or considering parenting, a child who has Down syndrome.
Roadmap to Holland by Jennifer Graf Groneberg
Gifts by various authors
Expecting Adam by Martha Beck
Choosing Naia by Mitchell Zuckoff
The Year My Son and I Were Born by Kathryn Lynard Soper
Karina Has Down syndrome by Cheryl Rogers and Gun Dolva
The Shape of the Eye by George Estreich
A Good and Perfect Gift by Amy Julia Becker
Babies With Down syndrome by Karen Stray-Gundersen
Disability is Natural by Kathie Snow
Down syndrome Parenting 101 by Natalie Hale
More resources are available here:
OTHER NORTH AMERICAN GROUPS
RISE Schools for Children with Special Needs: RISE is a unique program with a 3:1 student/teacher ratio, designed for children ages birth-5 years with special needs, which provides speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, music therapy, nursing, social work, and special education within the normal school day.
For medical locations that specialize in care for children with Down syndrome, click here.