March 21st, 2021 is World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) It’s known that children born with trisomy 21, also commonly known as “Down Syndrome”, have certain distinct facial features, overall hypotonia (floppy or rag doll-like muscle tone), and intellectual disability (ID) or learning disability. It used to be a common perception that if a person was
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Back To School During A Pandemic: Strategies to Help You & Your Child Be Successful This School Year!
Children are going back to school, but this year definitely looks different for parents. Online classes for parents can be scary, frustrating, and exhausting, especially in households with multiple young children, especially if the children have siblings in early intervention teletherapy. With only one or two parents working at home while managing school life has