Down Syndrome Quarterly is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to advancing the state of knowledge on Down syndrome and will cover all areas of medical, behavioral, and social scientific research. It is published in March, June, September, and December and is distributed by subscription to individuals, organizations, and libraries. Journal Description Original short papers describing current research, including current or proposed projects or the results of completed studies; Reviews of the literature in specialized areas; Healthcare, including preventive medical recommendations based on assessment of the literature and considered opinions on what constitutes state-of-the-art practice; Editorial statements reflecting opinion on the state of the field; Book reviews and longer book review articles; Bibliographic compilations and/or lists of current research studies in various specialties; Abstracts of recently-published research studies with critical commentary; Lett ...
J. P. Das Developmental Disabilities Centre in Alberta, Canada has resources on developmental disabilities research, inclusive education, abuse, and resources for parents and teachers.
The Canadian Adult Congenital Heart (CACH) Network was founded in October 1991. The CACH Network was created to pool the knowledge and experience of congenital heart disease professionals in Canada to help strengthen their skills and knowledge of the discipline, and to create a community of individuals committed to caring for adults with congenital heart disease-and their families.
The PREP Program is a school and resource centre serving individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and their educators. The primary "raison d'etre" is the provision of affordable speech-language therapy services to children ages 12 months to 18 years. PREP's mandate has expanded over the years to encompass a spectrum of support services for successful inclusion of children with Down syndrome in their home, school and community life.