Down Syndrome Blogs List
The Best Down Syndrome blogs from thousands of top Down Syndrome blogs in our index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week.
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About Blog – Cedar has Down Syndrome and for all my education and background (I was a social worker for 15 years) I knew very, very little about Down Syndrome. Immediately a passion was born to help spread information, awareness, and help to others who, like me, are gifted a child with Down Syndrome. So, pull up a chair, read along, and know that you are not alone.
About Blog – Dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down Syndrome through research, medical care, education and advocacy.
About Blog – Finding treatments to improve cognition including learning, memory and speech for people with Down syndrome.
About Blog – Serving the Down Syndrome community since 1960. Our mission is to ensure that all persons with Down syndrome have the opportunity to achieve their potential in all aspects of community life. We offer information, support, and advocacy.
About Blog – This group is for sharing our children’s triumphs (OK, shamelessly brag), challenges (OK, throw a pity party), ask questions, share advice, experiences and information with each other related to Down Syndrome.
About Blog – A sister documents the sibling relationship with her adult sister with Down syndrome, who inspired the adoption of her daughter with Down syndrome. It’s an honest perspective on adults with Down syndrome, as well as the developmental journey of a children with Down sydnrome. Follow these two “Divas of Down syndrome” as they grow, learn, teach, and inspire.
About Blog – Colin was born in April of ’09 with an extra chromosome that we weren’t expecting. We have learned that the one thing we weren’t expecting is the one thing we love the most… I love keeping up this blog as a way to share our experiences with others!
About Blog – Award-winning Down’s syndrome blog.Gently changing perceptions of Down’s Syndrome from within hearts. Down’s Syndrome Support. Natty is a model with Down’s Syndrome.
Gently Change Perceptions of Down’s Syndrome from Within Hearts:
About Blog – Happy Soul Project is about trying to live with a grateful spirit and Happy Soul- all while balancing life as a new mum to two babies under two & one happens to have Down syndrome…Hopefully, it inspires you to look at life a wee bit differently…
About Blog – News Anchor to Homemaker is a Down syndrome blog that focuses on real-life inspiring special needs stories and parenting articles from a Christian faith perspective, written by Jillian Benfield.
About Blog – Talk-DS is written by Jennifer Bekins, MS, CCC-SLP a speech-language pathologist specializing in children with Down syndrome (DS). The aim of Talk-DS is to provide ideas, encouragement, and evidence-based information related to children with DS in the areas of communication and feeding.
About Blog – I’m an ordinary mom living an extraordinary life with a daughter with cerebral palsy, a son with Down syndrome, an adventurous husband, a once-wild Westie, a rescued Schnoodle, a camera, and a worn out pair of running shoes.
About Blog – Having a kid with down syndrome is the most interesting thing that ever happened to me authored by Amy Silverman. Also an author of “My Heart Can’t Even Believe It: A Story of Science, Love, and Down Syndrome” Book.
About Blog – Our life with Alice is a blog that tells the adventures of our daughter Alice, who was born with Down syndrome, and her brother Antonio
About Blog – The author of this blog is a mother who describes journey of her daughter Evie who has Down Syndrome.
West Allis, WI
About Blog – The mission of the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin is to provide support to Wisconsin families and individuals with Down syndrome through awareness, education, information, programs, services, and the exchange of ideas and experiences.
About Blog – In my blog, I share with you a proactive plan of action to deal with your child’s root causes to prevent many of the symptoms of Trisomy 21 i.e Down Syndrome from surfacing and how to help with the symptoms that do appear until we find a way to prevent them. There’s new research everyday!
About Blog – On may 17th, 2009 i gave birth to our third beautiful daughter & found out, upon her delivery that she has down syndrome. in just a few months she has taught us so much. like what is in that extra chromosome….pure magic.
About Blog – The story of life with my son Wade who has Down Syndrome. The gorgeous , funny, little light in my world.
About Blog – The story of Hazel – A sweet girl born with Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21). Hazel, a sweet girl with Trisomy 21. Sometimes we talk Down Syndrome. Mostly she’s a kid that is trying, successfully, to manipulate her parents. Join the chase.
About Blog – Author Nancy describes about what it’s really like to have a child with Down’s Syndrome.
About Blog – A blog about our daughter Vera, a Trisomy 18 girl in Singapore who is most definitely compatible with life!
South Australia, Australia
About Blog – I’m a proud Mum to 8 amazing children. My youngest son, Felix, has Down syndrome. I am passionate about raising awareness, and increasing acceptance of people with Down syndrome. I feel privileged to have Felix in my life and have learned, and am continuing to learn, so much from this incredible little person.
About Blog – World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), observed on 21 March every year, is a global awareness day. Down Syndrome International (DSi) encourages our friends all over the world to choose their own activities and events on WDSD to help raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have Down syndrome, and how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities.
Burnaby, British Columbia
About Blog – The Down Syndrome Research Foundation empowers individuals with Down syndrome to reach their full potential.
About Blog – Life doesn’t have to be perfect to be happy – the day-to-day philosophies of a woman who chose to have a child with Down’s Syndrome, and who chooses to be contented.
NorthEast, United States
About Blog – We are a family blessed with nine children. Four of our blessings were born to us, and five joined us through adoption. They have Down Syndrome and are such a blessing to us and everyone who knows them! Jamie and I have been married 20 years. We are now seeking to live together in a way that is pleasing to Jesus as our family encounters new challenges and embraces what each day brings.
About Blog – This blog document the one who has captured our hearts, Susan.
About Blog – When my first daughter was born with Down syndrome, I felt like my life was blown apart. It’s been the hardest, most profound experience of my life, one which has made me examine my ideas around ability and disability. This is my life raising a child with Down syndrome (and alopecia) and identical twins. These are my thoughts on life, disability, Down syndrome, my family and me.
About Blog – A Blog about a journey of a family with 12 kids, 10 homeschooled, 7 adopted, 6 with Down syndrome, 5 from Eastern Europe, 5 “home grown,” 4 from Ukraine, 4 “typical,” 3 with Cerebral Palsy, 2 with RAD, 2 from the USA, 1 with Autism, 2 Committed Parents, 1 very BIG GOD.
Frequency – about 1 post per month
About Blog – This little lady is the reason we were led to adopt Victoria. When she came into this world with an extra chromosome, she also brought with her “some great big plans”. She opened our hearts to a world we were not really aware of and boy is our life better for it. This adoption journey is just an extension of her miraculous life. She has made this all possible for her soon to be big sister.
About Blog – Scarlett has Down syndrome. My initial fears when she was born was for her quality of life, and ours I suppose, would she be ok? Be happy? Lead a “normal” life? Would the picture I had in my mind of family still be a reality – picnics in the park, roast dinners on Sunday? The Mother of a disabled child. I hope that by sharing a little of our lives I can help to change that.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week
About Blog – This blog is created to give others encouragement about living with Down syndrome. Our daughter has Down syndrome and is very happy to be alive. In fact, our family has a wonderful life and Monica brings so much joy to us. I hope that this blog will help families have hope and courage when they are surprised by a child with Down syndrome.
About Blog – A day-by-day chronicle of life with my daughter Jessie (who has Down syndrome) as she transitions into adulthood and teaches me everything I need to know about life, love, passion, brokenness, and how to enjoy, really enjoy, a hot fudge sundae.
About Blog – An author Maggie is an mother of three year old named Ellie and a new baby girl named Tessa. At her birth, she got to know that Tessa has Down syndrome. This blog is basically written about her girls by her.
About Blog – KIDS was formed for the purpose of gathering families who have chldren with Down syndrome and walking together in the annual March for Life in D.C. Our purpose is to raise awareness about the tragically high abortion rate of babies prenatally diagnosed with Down sydnrome. We wish also to proclaim the joys our special children bring to us.
About Blog – Lessons learnt from a little boy born with Down Syndrome. Learning from Luke started as a way of dealing with a myriad of emotions that we faced after our unborn child was diagnosed with Down Syndrome as well as putting pen to paper of the great lessons that we have learnt along the way.
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