Publications

Books

DSAMT has compiled a list of published books that provide information, support acceptance and inclusion, and give personal experiences from families. Many of the informational books can be requested from the DSAMT lending library by contacting Tanya Chavez Tanya@sometingextra.org.

 

DSAMT Webinars

DSAMT webinars that present valuable information for families and educators.  Nationally recognized speakers who are experts in Down syndrome and inclusion provide accurate, up-to-date, research-based information.

Down Syndrome and Alzheimer's Disease

Booklet produced by Alzheimer’s Australia, Down Syndrome Australia and the Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria (CDDHV) on specific ways Alzheimer's manifests in individuals with Down syndrome. 

Down Syndrome Fact Sheet

Facts and information about Down syndrome

Down Syndrome Learning Styles - Webinar

Once you understand the common learning types of individuals with Down syndrome, you can more easily help meet the needs of your child with DS and help them achieve their potential. We will discuss the more common strengths & weaknesses of those with DS, their learning styles or profiles and strategies for success. Presented by Alecia Talbott, Executive Director of DSAMT, parent of a child with DS

Exceptional Parent Magazine

Exceptional Parent provides articles on a variety of special needs topics, including special education.

Facilitating Social Inclusion Webinar

DSAMT hosted self-advocate Rachael Mast and her mom, Jawanda Mast, Manager of Grassroots Advocacy at the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) for a workshop at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center in 2016.

Global Webinar Series

Multiple Webinars as presented by the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.

Just Like You

Candid, heartwarming film featuring kids with Down Syndrome sharing their experiences, with a goal of opening hearts and perspectives. 

Kindred Stories Of Disability Special Supporting Families Edition: Connections to Communities

Stories that demonstrate how individuals with disabilities and their families find support in their communities and how they address the barriers to full community inclusion and meaningful engagement that many people still face on a daily basis.

Pagination