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GLOBAL Medical Care Guidelines for Adults with Down Syndrome¬© 

The Global Guideline is for clinicians and addresses nine medical areas: Behavioral Health, Dementia, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity, Atlantoaxial Instability, Osteoporosis, Thyroid, and Celiac Disease. It is made up of 14 recommendations and 4 statements of good practice. Some of the recommendations align with existing guidelines in individuals without Down syndrome, and two are markedly different. There were several questions associated with the recommendations that had no published research evidence, and therefore were answered based on the clinical expertise of the authors.

Down Syndrome Information and Support Act of 2016

HIPPA Release of Information Authorization Form

Complete this form to allow a representative from DSAF to contact a patient. 

Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening Tests May Have False Results: FDA Safety Communication

American Academy of Pediatrics Down Syndrome Guidelines

Dr. Brian Skotko

A Board-certified medical geneticist at Children's Hospital Boston, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women's Hospital, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Dr. Skotko has dedicated his professional energies toward children with cognitive and development disabilities.

brighter TOMORROWS 

Tutorial for medical professionals for delivery of diagnosis.

Dr. Mobley Interviews: Alzheimer's & Down Syndrome - Research and Clinical Trials

Watch two videos from an interview with Dr. William Mobley, Associate Dean of Neuroscience Initiatives at UC-San Diego and Executive Director of UCSD's Down Syndrome Center for Research and Treatment

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Down Syndrome Association for Families of Nebraska
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 57362
LIncoln, NE 68505
Phone: 402.421.1338

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