The National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources at the University of Kentucky's Human Development Institute oversees three medically reviewed programs that complement each other in providing important resources and information for new and expectant parents learning about a diagnosis of Down syndrome: Brighter Tomorrows, Lettercase, and Down Syndrome Pregnancy. These programs also offer valuable resources for medical professionals delivering those diagnoses.
The National Center provides this clearinghouse of professionally recommended resources so that medical practitioners, expectant parents, and new parents have access to accurate, up-to-date, and balanced information about Down syndrome. The activities of the National Center include the dissemination of free resources to medical providers and their patients; the development of new materials; and national medical outreach through journal publications and presentations at medical conferences.
The National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Down Syndrome Resources relies on donations to continue providing free support and resources to new and expectant parents and medical providers. You can make an online donation by check or credit card, and you will be directed to the University of Kentucky Office of Development. All donations are tax-deductible and receive an acknowledgement letter, which also serves for tax purposes. Please consider donating today.
Its long past time we had a clearinghouse of information for expectant moms to gain information about our wonderful children. Helping to spread the news.ReplyDelete