Down Syndrome

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-3000.2560

    A variety of congenital intellectual disability that is marked by sloping forehead, presence of epicanthal folds, gray or very light yellow spots at the periphery of the iris, short broad hands with a single palmar crease, a flat nose or absent bridge, low-set ears and generally dwarfed physique.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    5 PLUS PROGRAMDesigned to meet the diversity of needs for persons with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities who are over the age of 5 years and their families. Counseling and support groups are available for the parents, siblings and grandparents. Programs offered include social and recreational programs, rap groups for adolescents and parents, referral and health related workshops, and medical information workshops. In-house library with toys, books, and audio-visual materials are also available.Nassau5 PLUS PROGRAMACDS, INC.
    ADULT EDUCATION NIGHTOffers lifetime services to people with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilitites, age 18 and over, who wish to attend classes to expand skills in an adult education setting.NassauADULT EDUCATION NIGHTACDS, INC.
    DOWN SYNDROME ADVOCACY FOUNDATIONDedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome through advocacy and supporting inclusion within schools, communities, and the work place.SuffolkDOWN SYNDROME ADVOCACY FOUNDATIONDOWN SYNDROME ADVOCACY FOUNDATION
    DOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION OF LONG ISLANDA parent run, volunteer organization made up of families and individuals touched by Down Syndrome. Its main objective is to unite the local Down Syndrome community so that they may share information, support, resources and experiences.SuffolkDOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION OF LONG ISLANDDOWN SYNDROME CONNECTION OF LONG ISLAND
    EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMInfant Program provides services for children birth to approximately twelve-eighteen months with a focus on parent education. Support is given to families to help encourage their child's growth in gross and fine motor, cognition, speech and language, social development and self-help skills. The Toddler Program services children eighteen months to three years of age. Educational activities are designed to promote skills in all areas of development with a focus on special instruction, speech/language, physical and occupational therapy, ABA training, counseling, audiology, nutrition and nursing services. Family training and family support services are also offered. Both programs are in-home or center based. Transportation and in-house library,toys, books, audio visual materials are available.NassauEARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMACDS, INC.
    PARENT/PEER OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides services at hospital to parents of newly diagnosed infants with Down Syndrome. Offers resources and new baby packets to families, hospital social workers, and neonatal nurses. Trained parent/peer counselors and social workers make hospital and/or home visits. Counseling and Support Groups are available to parents, grandparents and siblings. Call for additional information.NassauPARENT/PEER OUTREACH PROGRAMACDS, INC.

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