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These pages are
intended to be a growing data-base of professionals, services, organizations,
suppliers...etc. related to Trisomy 21. This area can also be used to include
personal testimonials related to the resource that you or someone else has
suggested. The goal of these pages is for families and/or educators to more
easily find the resources they will need as well as to get first-hand
testimonials of that resource.
We will be
establishing two different types of databases. One will be related to
geographically areas and services/professionals that are specific to those
areas. The other will be a more general data base which will include products
that can assist people with Trisomy 21 and information sources about Trisomy
21. Below you will find an explanation of each style of data base.
GEOGRAPHICAL REGION DATE BASES
professionals/resources will be broken into either province or state (depending
on if you are in Canada or the United States) and will fall into the following
- People and organizations that will aide in advocating for your child in any
Resources - facilities, suppliers, educators, educational consultants,
vocational/job skill programs...etc.
Resources - sports, arts, playgroups, camps, ...etc. Note that these can be
either specifically for people with Trisomy 21 or organizations that have shown
an openness and celebration of inclusion of those with Trisomy 21.
Medical Resources -
doctors, dentists, pediatricians, ENTs, cardiologists, nutritionists, specific
Support Resources -
organizations and/or individuals including Down syndrome organizations, respite
care agencies, individuals who are willing to be contacted...etc.
Therapy Resources -
Traditional Therapists (speech, occupational, physical) as well as other
therapists (hippo, water, music...etc.)
Vocational/Transitional Resources - People and organizations who will aid
in making a smooth transition out of highschool for those who have Trisomy
Other Resources -
Research groups/projects, estate planners, and anything that doesn't fit into
the above categories.
For now, we will be
working on establishing two country data bases - one for Canada and one for the
United States. To submit a resource or to view the resources that have already
been submitted for either country, just follow these links:
GENERAL RESOURCE DATA BASES
We will also be
working on created general data bases for products and information
categories will include:
To submit or browse
resources for these data bases, follow these links: