October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month

At CHOC Children’s, there are hundreds of stories of the beautiful and courageous children with Down Syndrome that touch our lives every day.

There are many ways to commemorate National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, including sharing your own story of a loved one who has this condition and the special role they’ve played in your life. You can also organize an event, donate books about Down Syndrome to your local school, or learn more about Down Syndrome and share it with others.

To learn more about CHOC’s Down Syndrome program, helping to meet this patient population’s wide range of needs through comprehensive specialty care, please click here: http://www.choc.org/publications/articles.cfm?id=P00303&pub=KH&aid=536

2 thoughts on “October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month”

  1. Hi,my name is Gabriela and I have a 7 month old baby with Down Syndrome, her name is Mareika she is been through a lot since the day she born, but thanks to God and the wonderful staff at Choc Hospital she recuperated fast, I am really thankful for a people who care about this precious angels and looking forward to be in your program.Thanks

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