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Product Information Ageing and its Consequences for People with Down’s Syndrome A Guide for Parents and Carers

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This 16-page guide is written to caregivers and reviews issues common to elders who have Down syndrome. Prepared by the Down Syndrome Association of the United Kingdom the text is written at an approximately 12th grade reading leading level with British language influences (e.g., spelling of “Ageing” in the title). Click on the “Web Links” to download a PDF version of the entire booklet with its many color pictures. Its contents are organized under the following major headings:

- Social change

- Biological change

- Positive steps you can take

- Further Information (a listing of resources mostly specific to the United Kingdom).

Description based on an online review of the full booklet completed on 8/27/12 at www.downs-syndrome.org.uk/images/stories/DSA-documents/Publications/health/ageing_and_consequences.pdf
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