Tennessee Department of Health website with current information about Down syndrome for both medical providers and families. Information, reources, and Links are available along with advocacy groups across the state of Tennessee.
Read a letter from Alecia welcoming new parents to the Down syndrome community and the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee (DSAMT).
A guidebook specifically written for new and expectant mothers who live in Middle Tennessee and have received a diagnosis of Down syndrome.
Una guía para nuevos padres y padres que esperan tener un bebé
Read a letter from Sheila Moore, parent of an adult with Down syndrome and previous Executive Director of DSAMT.
Breastfeeding and Down Syndrome: A Comprehensive Guide for Mothers and Medical Professionals, the new book by Julia’s Way, a 501C3 non-profit organization, includes information on everything from preparing to breastfeed, breastfeeding after heart surgery, getting to the breast after tube feedings, and much more.
If you are a new or expectant parent, you will find everything you need to know to successfully breastfeed your baby with Down syndrome, including dozens of mothers’ stories to help reassure you that babies with Down syndrome CAN breastfeed.
Brighter Tomorrows is part of the National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources and supports families by offering accurate information about Down Syndrome.
A book to help children understand Down syndrome and have fun at the same time.
Coloring pages showing both male and female karyotypes (picture of chromosomes) with trisomy 21 or Down syndrome.