Healthcare Guidelines for Individuals with Down syndrome
The Down Syndrome Health Care Guidelines follow an individual’s development from birth through adulthood and provide information about potential health concerns at each stage. They are compiled by the Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group, a national affiliation of health care providers who specialize in caring for individuals with Down syndrome. The guidelines help define the standards of quality care for individuals with Down syndrome. In addition to specific recommendations for screening tests, they include information about the kinds of medical conditions that individuals with Down syndrome are at risk for and suggestions for early intervention, diet and exercise, and other issues across the lifespan.
Healthcare Guidelines for Individuals with Down syndrome:
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Guía de salud para personas con síndrome de down:
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Guía de salud