Blog Posts - Down Syndrome



Special Needs Inclusion

Special needs inclusion is a priority in Williamson County Schools, where a high level of including students who have special needs or learning or physical […]...
by How To Learn on Feb 3, 2016

Mother’s thank you note to TK Maxx employee

Mother’s thank you note to TK Maxx employee who comforted her son with Down Syndrome is perfectHer seven-year-old son Seb Playle was fed up with having to walk around the shops, so he sat down at the top of the stairs in a strop.So his&nb...

Animals with Down Syndrome

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by The Animal Life on Apr 13, 2015

Acceptance vs. Tolerance – Why we need both

Last week I wrote about why tolerance is a more realistic expectation than acceptance for American society. This week I want to discuss why acceptance is an essential part of any civilized nation, including the United States. Wait. What? I … Co...
by The West Corner on Apr 6, 2015

Fink Cards Provide Support for Parents

Once in a while, someone comes up with an idea that is supremely unique, fantastic in its simplicity and 100 fold more powerful than anything that has gone before it. Lisa Warner had such an idea. Read more...
by Honest Mum on Mar 29, 2015

God’s Little Bastard 3552

Paige called me in the morning to tell me that Kate is making Irish stew for supper and that we’re all invited. I told Blake, who said that sounded nice. Wanting to get out today, I asked my wife what she wanted to do. “Elizabeth wants so...
by Scragg Man on Mar 6, 2015

Dad Refuses to Abandon Son with Down Syndrome, Mom Divorces Him

In Armenia, a baby boy was born with Down syndrome. His father, Samuel Forrest heard his newborn son’s cries, as he excitedly waited outside of his wife’s delivery room to meet him. But the new father was not immediately invited into the room. In...
by The TRUTH about Motherhood on Feb 6, 2015

Throwback Thursday: Downs Designs and Comfortable Winter Sweaters

Welcome to another week of Throwback Thursday of highlighted posts from a year ago this week.  Check out the below posts, both of which I think are quite inspiring for totally different reasons. Friday’s Fab Find: Downs Designs Necessity is the mo...
by Bridgette Raes Style Expert on Jan 29, 2015

Crowdsourcing Mornings: Sam & Mattie’s Teen Zombie Movie

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites. Before I get started, watch this report from the PBS NewsHour f...
by Geek Alabama on Nov 14, 2014

Getting a Little Messy

In first grade I had a friend named Sarah.  We would play on the playground during recess, chasing one another and I would push her on the swing.  I went to her house to play, I think on more than one occasion, and attended her teddy bear t...
by Only From Scratch on Sep 24, 2014

Monkey See, Monkey Do, Monkey Speak?

When we moved to Florida one of the challenges I knew we would face would be finding new therapists for Mason.  There's a process:  see your Primary Care Physician and request a referral, wait for the referral, schedule an appointment with...
by Only From Scratch on Sep 18, 2014

He's Come so Far

There were days when I thought Mason would never walk.  I had prayed for him to be walking by his second birthday; his birthday came and while he could walk behind a cart or holding onto both of my hands, he refused to let go.This summer was a s...
by Only From Scratch on Sep 17, 2014

Perfect Ways for Down Syndrome Home Treatment

It is not easy to become down syndrome patient parent. Finding perfect treatment is also difficult to choose. It will be closely related with finding the one that can support your down syndrome children to recognize their potential and become indepen...
by Special Cares on Aug 19, 2014

Understanding Completely about Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is happen when human does not have chromosomes as the normal one. Actually each cell of human body will have 23 pair of chromosomes that consist of genetic material. We are receiving half of the chromosomes from our mother while the oth...
by Special Cares on Aug 18, 2014

These Two Couldn't Be Better For One Another

Jennavieve took her first steps the other night.  The pure delight on her face was priceless.  It's like she knew that her little legs were figuring something out and she nailed it.  She didn't go far, just a few steps a time, but that...
by Only From Scratch on Aug 4, 2014

Mango Tree's Down For Thai Fund Raising Program!

Mango Tree is the leading Thai restaurant here in the metro that serves different comfort Thai foods that will surely tickle your palate and amazes you with its really classy interiors. Either casual dining or even fine dining! Located in BCG in Tagu...

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: A Heart-Warming New Hallmark Channel Series ~ Plus a Bible Study!

The new original series, Signed, Sealed, Delivered, was created and is Executive Produced by Martha Williamson, who also created the megahit Touched by an Angel. It is a wonderful combination of romance, comedy and drama that follows the lives of fou...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on May 24, 2014

A Story of Down Syndrome is Inspiring

Johnny 's age of approximately 20 years , working as a packaging of goods in addition to a cashier at a large retail store sales were sluggish . That makes Johnny look different from other employees , people with Down syndrome it .One time he heard a...
by Total Update Information on May 15, 2014

A Better List

Two years ago I was sitting in a hospital exam room with my husband and our two week old son, waiting for the Doctor to come in and let us know whether or not our baby boy had Down Syndrome. It had been a long and difficult two weeks as we waited the...
by Only From Scratch on Apr 25, 2014

We all start out with shaky legs

I've been watching little legs in motion a lot lately. Up and down, side to side, front to back. I have sat through countless physical therapy sessions holding back tears as I watch my son struggle to do what comes so easily and naturally to most chi...
by Only From Scratch on Apr 10, 2014


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