Introduction: Down Syndrome Can Be A Great Topic For Any Type of Paper Down Syndrome can yield fascinating research papers. One can take an argumentative stance on this disease, arguing that more should be done now to either prevent Down Syndrome or to help children or adults who have it.
About Down's Syndrome: The Impact of Positive Reappraisal Coping on the Wellbeing of Caregivers of those with Down’s syndrome As part of my MSc Clinical Psychology Dissertation and research by Dr Deborah Lancastle, we are looking at how caring for someone with Down’s syndrome affects caregivers’ wellbeing, and the ways in which caregivers cope.
This thesis will focus on children with Down syndrome. Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder and one of the most common causes of intellectual disability (Carr, 1995).Down’s Syndrome Down syndrome is a group of physical and mental traits caused by a gene defect that happens before the birth of the child. Children with Down syndrome tend to have a few distinctive physical features such as a flat face and a short neck.Adults with Down syndrome are at increased risk for sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that leads to poor quality, non-restorative sleep. Signs of possible sleep apnea include snoring, gasping noises, daytime sleepiness, morning fatigue (difficulty getting out of bed), excessive napping and fragmented sleep.
Down syndrome make us aware of the fact that looking upon them with respect and dignity is of utmost importance” (Pueschel, 1999, p. 4). 2 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION “My message to all of you is to keep your minds open to the idea that we should be able to make our own choices. If young people with Down syndrome are given opportunities to have.Read More
Down syndrome A review of the literature Sindoor S. Desai, BDS, Fayetteville, N.Y. This review of the literature on Down syndrome focuses on various systemic anomalies and oral anomalies, its clinical manifestations, and recommendations for persons with Down syndrome.Read More
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION Vol 24 No 2 2009 92 The Makaton Vocabulary The Makaton Vocabulary is the most popular language and communication system for people with learning difficulties in the United Kingdom (Autism Care, 2006) and is used in over 40 countries worldwide (Makaton Development Project, 2006).Read More
My dissertation is linked with Down Syndrome Cork, a community organisation providing support and services to adults and children with Down syndrome and their families in Cork city and county. The intended participants were members of Down Syndrome Cork. The organisation raised the topic of mental health for adults with Down.Read More
Introduction to Down’s Syndrome Compiled by Claire Fisher, with contributions by the parents of WDDSSG Down’s syndrome is a genetic condition Down’s syndrome is caused by an extra copy of chromosome 21. This can happen in three different ways. In the majority of cases people with Down’s.Read More
The overall aim of this thesis was to identify and explore conditions influencing school participation of children with Down syndrome in mainstream elementary schools. This thesis comprises four studies, and the research was conducted in Norway. Study I aimed at.Read More
Educational, social, and learning development theories for inclusion, grounded in Bandura's social cognitive theory, do not explicitly take into account individuals with Down syndrome, one of the most common birth defects. The problem addressed in this study was the lack of data regarding teacher attitudes toward inclusion of students with Down syndrome.Read More
Research in Down's Syndrome: Awareness and Involvement Would you like to find out more about Down's syndrome research projects or even be a participant? The following pages list current postgraduate research projects seeking participants. They have all been vetted and approved by the DSA. These.Read More
Larger scale studies of early signing in children with Down syndrome have been carried out by Miller and Launonen. Miller looked at 44 children with Down syndrome and 46 typically developing children, with mental ages of 11 to 27 months.Read More
Down syndrome most often is caused by trisomy due to no segregation of chromosome 21 in the formation of the oocyte or spermatocyte and it can also be caused by translocation of trisomy 21. This translocation takes place in instances where a piece of chromosome 21 becomes attached to another chromosome often number 14 during cell division.Read More