Infancy and Early Childhood

With early intervention babies with Down syndrome can achieve the same milestone as any other child.  Though relatively delayed, their progress in physical, cognitive, language, social and self-help skills should reflect a predictable development pattern.

#DearFutureMom: Below is a great video produced by 'World Down Syndrome Day" to encourage new moms around the world who are expecting the arrival of their precious babies with Down syndrome.

 

 

Childhood and Adolescence

Thanks to the partnerships of parents, teachers, and therapists, children with Down syndrome may look forward to growing up to experience the best life has to offer with laughter, learning, and love.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adulthood

In addition to living longer, adults with Down syndrome are now living fuller, richer lives than ever before.  With assistance, many adults with Down syndrome have developed the skills required to hold jobs, to live semi-independently, and even to marry.

Pulaski Tech 3D Program:

Pulaski Technical College offers a one-year program to persons with disabilities for certification in Hospitality and Culinary Arts.  Learn more today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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