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For people with Down syndrome, family members, caregivers and professionals.

The LowDown: A Down Syndrome Podcast

March 2024 | Marla Folden and Hina Mahmood - Down Syndrome Resource Foundation

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The LowDown is a podcast hosted by Marla Folden and Hina Mahmood of the Down Syndrome Resource Foundation in Canada. They "welcome North America's leading Down syndrome experts, parents and self-advocates to cover topics from across the lifespan including health, physical and intellectual development, advocacy, employment and much more." 

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It's Complicated: When Down Syndrome Meets Autism opens in new window (Guests: Rebecca Gradzinski and Heather Hazlett)

Grieving Together: Helping People with Down Syndrome Cope with Loss opens in new window (Guest: Rose Reif)

Epilepsy Down Syndrome opens in new window (Guests: Meghan O'Neill and Nicole Baumer)


Be Well: Health Care Guidelines for Adults with Down Syndrome opens in new window (Guest: Peter Bulova)

Fantasyland: When Imaginations Get Carried Away opens in new window (Guests: Susan Fawcett and Adrienne Dall'Antonia)

My Lips are Sealed: Selective Mutism in Down Syndrome opens in new window (Guest: Rosalind Catchpole)

New Sensations: Down Syndrome and Sensory Processing opens in new window (Guest: Hina Mahmood)

Let's Get Physical: Down Syndrome and Physiotherapy opens in new window (Guest: Sarah Mann)

Reversing Course: Down Syndrome and Regression opens in new window (Guest: Jonathan Santoro)

Putting the Pieces Together: Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder opens in new window (Guest: Noemi Spinazzi)

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