Down Syndrome

Parent & Caretaker Support Community

It was a complete Shock When We Got The Call

I look back on those first few months that were so filled with fear and stress.If only I knew then what I know now, I would have realized there was no reason to rear this journey.

That is the hope we want to share with you! Whether you have just received a prenatal diagnosis, have an adult child experiencing regression, or are the caretaker of someone with Down Syndrome, we want to offer this community to you.

We are not doctors or any other healthcare practitioner. What we offer is the wisdom we have gained from our own study, and the guidance we have received from exceptionally smart people who have been studying Down Syndrome for over 30 years. 

Here's what you can expect in this community:

  • A safe community to learn, grow, and seek support.
  • Research that is not common knowledge among the regular medical community.
  • Tips for how to help you cope physically, emotionally, spiritually, and financially.
  • More that we haven't even dreamed up yet!
What are you waiting for? Come join this incredible community!
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