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Category Archives: Down Syndrome Radio
In this episode Jason, Mark and Rick each give an update on their child and the current challenges they are facing for their age category. Jason’s Dexter is two years old and is now walking. What a big milestone walking … Continue reading
We got the band back together for a quick roundup of events happening in celebration of World Down Syndrome Day on 3/21.
We got the band back together for a quick roundup of events happening in celebration of World Down Syndrome Day on 3/21. Much like the podcast, this write up is going to be short and sweet. To celebrate, you can: … Continue reading
There is something special going on here in San Diego this week. The seeds for true inclusion are being sown. These kids may think they are just playing with some cool toys in a really nice house, but they will … Continue reading
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness month and we kick it off with a bang. We are very pleased to welcome Chip Gerhardt, Chairman of the Board of the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) to the show. Chip is a … Continue reading
Dana Halle has made HUGE contributions to the Down Syndrome community over the years. She co-founded the Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County many years back and more recently, she developed ‘The Learning Program’ which is accelerating education for people with Down … Continue reading
Rick from Down Syndrome Daily joins us again to talk apps. In typical dad fashion, we quickly take a turn for the worse and venture off topic. After trading bodily fluid stories, we get back on track and discuss our … Continue reading
The mission of the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation is a simple and concise summary of the reasons why we started this podcast: Research, care, advocacy. Seems like a perfect match! Dr. Jérôme Lejeune was a French pediatrician and geneticist who, in … Continue reading
In the short time that we have been recording this podcast, we have always stressed the importance of siblings in our kids’ lives. In 1962 one sibling raised the bar for brothers and sisters everywhere. Rosemary Kennedy’s sister believed that … Continue reading
Running on fumes and adrenaline, we recap the highlights of the NDSC Convention from a very busy weekend in Washington, DC. From advocating on Capitol Hill to dancing the night away – with workshops, exhibits, hallway and pool meetings in … Continue reading
In the first few installments of this humble podcast, we found ourselves continuously visiting one site for ideas for our “great/amazing/inspirational story” segment. Down Syndrome Daily is an excellent resource for the Down syndrome community and we are very excited … Continue reading