If you just found out your baby or grand-baby has Down syndrome, you are likely feeling overwhelmed. Mixed emotions are common and include sadness, fear, uncertainty, worry, and even anger. You’ve heard a little about Down syndrome and this information may have been negative. Unfortunately, there are many myths and outdated notions surrounding Down syndrome – some of this incomplete and inaccurate information may even come from the medical community.
Raising any child has its’ challenges. But now you have to figure out not only how to take care of a baby, but a baby who has Down syndrome. You don’t know where to start, what to do, or how to feel. You have more questions than answers.
Finding accurate and updated information on Down syndrome can be very time-consuming. Information is scattered about in different sources: websites, books, organizations, and from different doctors, therapists, and teachers. You must beware of wrong information.
Dr. Julia Kinder is mom to Ella, an eight-year-old child who is thriving with Down syndrome. Dr. Kinder is a board-certified family practice physician. Most importantly, she is a friend who listens. She has the unique perspective and experience to show other parents how to raise a successful child with Down syndrome. Dr. Kinder has helped thousands of other families, and can save you time, money, and worry while creating a roadmap for you to easily care for your child.
You don’t have to go through this alone. Whatever you are feeling or thinking – Dr. Kinder understands because she has been there. You can ask her absolutely any question that is on your mind. Find trusted answers and solutions quickly and easily, so you can go on with enjoying your new baby!
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