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We're thrilled to provide you with DSDN materials to empower your local efforts in supporting families in the Down syndrome community. We firmly believe that strong collaborative networks involving families and local organizations are crucial for creating a welcoming and supportive environment for families that are navigating a Down syndrome diagnosis and just beginning the journey raising their child. Additionally, DSDN recognizes the impactful role parent advocates play within their communities by educating and connecting with medical professionals, early intervention specialists, and others to ensure all families with Down syndrome have access to the resources and information they need.

DSDN Information for New Parents

Our Main DSDN Info Card has an overview of DSDN and our services and is intended for new parents. It is available in English and Spanish.

Discussing a Down Syndrome Diagnosis

Our Medical Outreach card  highlights guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics for discussing a Down syndrome diagnosis and is intended for medical providers.

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Facing a Down syndrome diagnosis can feel overwhelming. But you don't have to navigate it alone. Enter DSDN, your lifeline to support and information. This national network connects families from diagnosis through early childhood and beyond, offering online groups, expert resources, and a community that understands. Find comfort in shared experiences, gain knowledge on early intervention and advocacy, and discover a network cheering you on. With DSDN by your side, you'll find the strength, resources, and hope to empower your child's journey with Down syndrome. 

Watch and share video "What is Down Syndrome?"

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