Signing can open up the world of communication for children with Down syndrome because research shows that it supports expressive language, functional communication, and social skills. We’ve written a 10-page ebook that will help you use sign language at home or school
By Colleen Brunetti, M.Ed., C.H.C. Life has a way of coming at you fast, doesn’t it? One minute you’re planning a future in a certain way, and in the next you find a completely different path before you. And
Down Syndrome Buddy Walks take place around the country to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October and to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome. Last year, 285,000 people participated, raising more than $11.2 million to benefit
Responding to a new blood test that can predict with 99% accuracy if a pregnant woman is carrying a baby with Downs syndrome as early as 10 weeks into gestation, Dr. Brian Skotko, a specialist in the Down Syndrome Program
Excerpt from “Television show leads to talking miracle” by Susan Jones of the St. Albert Gazette featuring Signing Time Academy Instructor Shelley Wywal. When Elora was born, her parents were told their new infant could have a severe language disability.