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  1. DOWN SYNDROME • Oray Tornacı • 1866391 • GPC355

  2. Outline • Description and Types of Down Syndrome • Diagnosis of Down Syndrome • Physical and Cognitive Differences • Statistics • Education of people with Down Syndrome • Conclusion Part

  3. What is Down Syndrome? • A special innate condition • …and not a result of parent’s mistakes!(Spivey, 2006) • Associated with chromosomes • Three types:Trisomy(%95), Transcolation(%2-3), Mosaic(%1-2) [NDSS]

  4. Diagnosis..and may be Treatment? • Learning problems (Cunningham, 2006) • Physical Differences • Not Cure.. But?

  5. Physical,Cognitive and Social Problems/Differences • Flexible joints • Happy attitudes, playfullness • Emotions for everyone • Flatter face, almond-shaped eye,soft muscular tissues etc.

  6. Physical,Cognitive and Social Problems • Cardiovascular problems • Orthopaedic problems (Marder&Dennis, 2001) • Restricted movement • Ear,nose,throat problems

  7. Statistics • 1 baby in 800 (Spivey, 2006) • 100.000 in Turkey • 50% have heart defect • 50% hearing loss (Marder&Dennis, 2001) • 10% congenitial malformations • More risk for the pregnant older than 35

  8. Education • Joyful activities • APPG Education Working Group (APPG, 2012) • The program of Small Steps • The parents of the future

  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwkRA6hksJ0

  10. Some links to get support.. • National Down Syndrome Society — http://www.ndss.org/ • Down Syndrome; Understanding the Gift of Life — http://www.nas.com/downsyn/ • Down’s Syndrome Association — http://www.downs-syndrome.org.uk/ • National Down Syndrome Congress — http://www.ndsccenter.org/ • Kid’s Health; Down Syndrome — http://www.kidshealth.org/kid/health_problems/birth_defect/down_syndrome.html

  11. What have we learned? • Supremacy or deficiency? • Not the fault of parents • No treatment, but better life standards • The importance Early Diagnosis • Chance for education

  12. References • Cunningham, C.(2006), Down Syndrome: An Introduction for Parents and Carers (3rd Edition), Souvenir Press • Black, B. (2006) Educational Software for Children with Down Syndrome –an Update, Down Syndrome News and Update 6(2), p. 66-68, ISSN:1463-6212 • Marder, E. and Dennis, J. (2001) Medical Management of Children with Down Syndrome, Current Paediatrics, 11, p.57-63 • Spivey, Becky L. (2006) What is Down Syndrome? Super Duper Publications, Handy Handouts, Number 116 • Sharma, Virendra (2012), Down Syndrome:Good Practice Guideline for Education, Retrieved from :http://www.ucl.ac.uk/educational-psychology/newsletter/resources/APPGDS_guidelines.pdf • National Down Syndrome Society, Down Syndrome, Retrieved from http://www.kcdsg.org/files/content/About%20Down%20Syndrome.pdf

  13. Thank You!