Experienced health care professionals acknowledge the remarkable ability of people with Down syndrome to cope. As they make their way through life, however, the often persistent frustrations they confront can find expression in what are often bewildering psycho-social behaviors. The material here offers insights in to the meaning, causes and strategies for understanding and dealing positively and effectively with such phenomena.
- View Position Statement on Depression in Persons with Down Syndrome
- View Position Statement on The Management of Challenging Behaviors
- Self Talk
- Difficult Behaviors
Stubborn is (PDF)
Down Syndrome and Alzheimers – DS Australia Network (PDF)