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Cedars Story  - Changing Perceptions of Down Syndrome

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About Site – Cedar has Down Syndrome and for all my education and background (I was a social worker for 15 years) I knew very, very little about Down Syndrome. Immediately a passion was born to help spread information, awareness, and help to others who, like me, are gifted a child with Down Syndrome. So, pull up a chair, read along, and know that you are not alone.
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 Global Down Syndrome Foundation | Research, Care, Education, Advocacy
 Down's Syndrome Association | News
Noah's Dad

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Worldwide

About Site – Showing the world Down syndrome is ok as we share the story of our son. We invite you to come along on our journey.
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Reddit - Down Syndrome
 National Association for Down Syndrome

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About Site – Serving the Down Syndrome community since 1960. Our mission is to ensure that all persons with Down syndrome have the opportunity to achieve their potential in all aspects of community life. We offer information, support, and advocacy.
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 Enjoying the Small Things by Kelle Hampton
Down Syndrome Prenatal Testing
CDSS – Canadian Down Syndrome Society
Baby Center - Down Syndrome
The Blessing of Verity
That Dad Blog
Grown Ups & Downs by  Mardra Sikora
Everything and Nothing from Essex

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About Site – Everything and Nothing from Essex is the quite ordinary life of a mom with 4 kids who likes to write about life in a non-ordinary way. Dedicated to Down syndrome advocacy, mothering with grace, and writing Christian fiction.
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Downs Side Up

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Cornwall, UK

About Site – Award-winning Down’s syndrome blog.Gently changing perceptions of Down’s Syndrome from within hearts. Down’s Syndrome Support. Natty is a model with Down’s Syndrome.

Gently Change Perceptions of Down’s Syndrome from Within Hearts:
Inspire, Love, Change, Campaign, Educate, Lead, Support.
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The Specials
Chasing Hazel

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About Site – The story of Hazel – A sweet girl born with Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21). Hazel, a sweet girl with Trisomy 21. Sometimes we talk Down Syndrome. Mostly she’s a kid that is trying, successfully, to manipulate her parents. Join the chase.
Frequency – about 1 post per month

three with a twist
Down Syndrome: A Day to Day Guide

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United States

About Site – In my blog, I share with you a proactive plan of action to deal with your child’s root causes to prevent many of the symptoms of Trisomy 21 i.e Down Syndrome from surfacing and how to help with the symptoms that do appear until we find a way to prevent them. There’s new research everyday!
Frequency – about 1 post per month

The road
Embracing Wade | Lessons Learned From Raising A Child With Down Syndrome
Don't Be Sorry
A Beautiful Life - The Joy Of Raising A Child With Down Syndrome

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South Australia, Australia

About Site – I’m a proud Mum to 8 amazing children. My youngest son, Felix, has Down syndrome. I am passionate about raising awareness, and increasing acceptance of people with Down syndrome. I feel privileged to have Felix in my life and have learned, and am continuing to learn, so much from this incredible little person.
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LuMind Research Down Syndrome Foundation – Supporting Down Syndrome Cognitive Research
Confessions of the Chromosomally Enhanced

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About Site – A sister documents the sibling relationship with her adult sister with Down syndrome, who inspired the adoption of her daughter with Down syndrome. It’s an honest perspective on adults with Down syndrome, as well as the developmental journey of a children with Down sydnrome. Follow these two “Divas of Down syndrome” as they grow, learn, teach, and inspire.
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