Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome or Trisomy 21 is considered to be the most common genetic disorder. Approximately 600,000 babiesĀ areĀ born with the condition in the United States each year. Babies born with Down Syndrome typically experience a mild to moderate intellectual disability, characteristic facial features, delays in physical growth and short stature. Early Intervention and continued education greatly improve the quality of life of those effected with Down Syndrome.