Monthly Archives: February 2010

NY Times blog discusses therapies to improve learning and memory for individuals with Down syndrome

There is very interesting discussion found in the blog(and its subsequent comments), Motherlode, on the topic of potential therapies to treat Down syndrome cognitive impairment. The entry references another blogger who would not be interested in such therapies for her twin sons. Research Down Syndrome is a supporter of Down syndrome cognitive research and the development of well researched and well tested, safe and efficacious therapies. These therapies would be available as options to help persons with Down syndrome achieve their personal goals, including independent living, by enabling persons to learn more readily and by decreasing the incidence and impact of Alzheimer