Down Syndrome Support Group

If you or a loved one is living with down syndrome, you're not alone. Reach out to other members who understand what you're going and can share advice and offer support.



Recent Discussions

Re: Would you if you knew?
it would be a difficult decision. i was just reading about down syndrome and women who are older are more likely to have a baby with down's. The good thing about that is they are probably more capable (at least financially) to take care of child with spec   Read more...
Posted by js26 on Fri May 16

Cousin has Down's
He is 13 and I'm never sure what to get him for his birthday? Anyone have any suggestions?   Read more...
Posted by Helen76F on Thu May 1

question about down's
hey everyone, i'm hoping someone out there can help me. i've been dating my boyfriend for about 3 months now. his younger brother has down's. I haven't met his brother yet, but i know my boyfriend wants me to spend time with his family soon. I don't know   Read more...
Posted by js26 on Thu May 1

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