Paper examining some of the elements in speech production which may contribute to listeners' perception of reduced intelligibility in the speech of people with Down syndrome.
This resource produced by Down's Syndrome Scotland, provides information for siblings of children with Down's Syndrome.
This resource is produced by Down's Syndrome Scotland and looks at the ages and stages of Down's Syndrome. It also provides information about the health problems associated with Down's syndrome, screening and testing, child development, growing older and dementia. There is also a list of relevant professionals that can help people with Down's syndrome as well as their families and carers.
Down's Syndrome Scotland aims to improve the quality of life for everyone in Scotland with Down's Syndrome.
This resource produced by Down's Syndrome Scotland, provides information for teenagers who are siblings to children with Down's Syndrome.
Paper putting forward the advantages of the developmental approach as a framework for understanding Down syndrome, arguing that it both narrows and broadens the scope of research in the field.
This resource provides information about Down's Syndrome Scotland and the stages that people with Down's Syndrome go through from the early to adult years.
This resource produced by Down's Syndrome Scotland, provides information for new parents about babies with Down's Syndrome and includes information on the baby's development, ways to support good health, future pregnancies as well as looking to the future and living with Down's Syndrome.
Paper discussing the Down syndrome behavioural phenotype and the benefits of a developmental approach to its study as well as related issues such as the distinction between primary and secondary phenotypic features, heterotypic continuity and methodological implications.
This resource produced by Down's Syndrome Scotland, provides information for parents on the issues and feelings that siblings of Down's Syndrome children may have.