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Down Syndrome Downloads


Below is a list of information and valuable resources from Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee that you can download as PDF documents and read at your convenience. The documents are separated into sections, which can be found by clicking on the links below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us or call 615.386.9002.

For Me
For New & Expecting Families
For Medical Professionals
Medical Information
School Partnership


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FOR ME
All About Me
Down Syndrome and You

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FOR NEW & EXPECTING FAMILIES

"What You Should Know About Down Syndrome" Coloring Book

Family Tips

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FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

Myths and Truth about Down Syndrome
Physical Characteristics of Down Syndrome
Presenting a Diagnosis of Down Syndrome

Health Care Guidelines - Neonatal
Health Care Guidelines - Infant
Health Care Guidelines - Childhood
Health Care Guidelines - Adulthood
Health Care Guidelines - Adolescence

Health Care Professionals Resource List
Health Care Guidelines Graph Record Sheet

Journal Studies
“Prenatally diagnosed Down syndrome: Mothers who continued their pregnancies evaluate their health care providers”

“Mothers of Children With Down Syndrome Reflect on Their Postnatal Support”
Healthcare Professionals Resource List

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MEDICAL INFORMATION

Growth Charts
Boys 0-3 Length
Boys 0-3 Weight
Boys 2-18 Weight
Boys 2-18 Height

Girls 0-3 Length
Girls 0-3 Weight
Girls 2-18 Height
Girls 2-18 Weight

Head Circumference Charts
Head Circumference Boys 0-3
Head Circumference Girls 0-3

Health Care Guidelines
Health Care Guidelines - Neonatal
Health Care Guidelines - Infant
Health Care Guidelines - Childhood
Health Care Guidelines - Adulthood
Health Care Guidelines - Adolescence

Personal Health Record

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SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP

Inclusion Strategies
DSAMT Fall 2009 Inclusion Solutions Newsletter
National Down Syndrome Society Inclusion Brochure
“People First Language”
“Stubborn is as Stubborn Does”

Tip Sheets
Tips for Administrators
Tips for General Educators
Tips for Paraeducators
Tips for Special Educators
Tips for Therapists
Transition Timeline – To help prepare students for the transition from school to work.
Transition Planning Booklet
All About Me Booklet for Students

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