Welcome to the Down Syndrome Consortium

Resources

Are you the parent or a family member of someone with Down syndrome?

The Resources section of this website includes links to health information about Down syndrome and living with Down syndrome.

Are you a person with Down syndrome?

The Resources section of this website has links to information that you might find useful.

In 2011, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) joined with organizations interested in Down syndrome to form the Down Syndrome Consortium. The goal of this effort is to encourage the exchange of information about Down syndrome research, support, and care among all of the groups in the Consortium.

The Consortium meets two to three times each year to discuss research findings and progress toward achieving research, management, infrastructure, and other goals set out by the NIH after consultation with national organizations and agencies interested in Down syndrome. Visit About the Consortium for more information about these goals.



A transcript of the video is available at http://downsyndrome.nichd.nih.gov/Pages/transcript_ds_consortium_welcome.aspx.

Select a link to the left to learn more about the Down Syndrome Consortium and its activities.

If you have a question about the Consortium or its activities, email it to: DownSyndrome@mail.nih.gov

Page Last Updated: April 16, 2014