Julia’s Way, a non-profit organisation, have brought out Breastfeeding and Down Syndrome: a comprehensive guide for mothers and medical professionals. The book aims to be evidence based and has been reviewed by medical experts. Electronic copies of the book are free to download and printed copies are available to purchase.
Please join us for our 2019 Winter Symposium and AGM.
This will be held at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in London on Friday 15th November 2019. Our programme for this year includes presentations on dementia, regression, sleep and experiences of a one stop Down syndrome clinic. Both members and non-members are welcome and there are reduced cost places for students and those currently unwaged.
Winter Symposium Programme Nov 2019
The presentation on developmental psychiatric and psychological aspects of Down Syndrome in children and young people given by Professor Jeremy Turk at the DSMIG workshop at the RCPCH Annual Conference in Birmingham is now available. A pdf version is available here
Members who are logged in can see presentations from November 2018 here
The aim of this award is to encourage and reward research in the area of healthcare for children with Down syndrome.
For more information click here
Neonatal Best Practice Guidance DRAFT be presented at RCPCH meeting 24th May 2017 , and will be finalised soon after.
The majority of the presentations from the last DSMIG meeting at the RCPCH spring meeting April 2016 are now available for DSMIG members
The remainder will be uploaded when available.