Down Syndrome
The websites listed here have been used and recommended by LifeLine families over the last five years.  LifeLine may not support the views of every single website. They are listed as a resource and families/professionals need to evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of the information found there.  This page and these sites are not be construed as diagnosis or treatment of any disease or disorder.  It exists purely as a service to help families get started in their search for information/resources.
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1   Link   Specs4Us
Frames specially formatted to fit children with Down syndrome and other special needs.
2   Link   Chattanooga Down Syndrome Society
Chattanooga Down Syndrome Society is made up of people who have Down syndrome, their family members, and others who care about them, in the Chattanooga region.
3   Link   Diagnosis Down Syndrome
This speech was written for a Christian Mothers Of Preschoolers Group. It was written by the mother of a child with Down Syndrome.
4   Link   Down Syndrome: For New Parents
Welcome to, a resource for those who love someone with Down syndrome. If you are a new parent look through our question and answer section and read our letter to a new parent. If you are a more experienced parent read through our stories
5   Link   Vanderbilt Children's Hospital Down Syndrome Clinic
The Down Syndrome Clinic at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital serves as a referral clinic, providing comprehensive medical care and professional services to children with Down Syndrome.
6   Link   National Down Syndrome Society
The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to benefit people with Down syndrome and their families through national leadership in education, research and advocacy. (from their website)
7   Link   National Down Syndrome Congress
NDSC is a community in the best sense of the word. We join together each summer at our national convention to celebrate the lives of people with Down syndrome.
8   Link   Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee
The Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit organization of families whose mission is to enhance the quality of life throughout the lifespan of individuals with Down syndrome
9   Link   Misunderstood Minds
Simulations of many disabilities: ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, dysgraphia, math disabilities, inferences, processing
10   Link   NDPC-SD
National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities
11   Link   The Elisha Foundation
Justin and his wife Tamara founded The Elisha Foundation in 2005. Justin and Tamara are the proud parents of Elisha, Noelle, Abram, Evangeline and Naomi. Elisha has Down Syndrome and at the special moment of his birth Justin and Tamara recognized the unique call that God had placed on their lives - to minister to families of people with special needs. The Reimer's want to see Christ made much of through the unique blessing of a special needs child. After over eight years of waiting and praying the Lord opened the door of ministry to them and the inaugural Elisha Foundation Retreat was kicked off in December of 2005.
12   Link   The Arc of Georgia
The Arc of Georgia advocates for the rights and full participation of all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.