Unique Paths: Children With Down Syndrome

A guide to inclusion in the early years | taught by Canadian Down Syndrome Society

Course description

Open a box of crayons and look inside. What are you likely to see? Colours, a wonderful array of colours! There may be a few blues but each one is unique and needed to create a masterpiece. Take out the blue and no more sky! Now, go one step further and add in a few special crayons. Perhaps one that will draw rainbows or swirls or maybe one that only draws smiles! Would you want a box like that? For me, the answer is a resounding "Yes!" This module has been adapted from the document Educator Package: A Guide to Inclusive Education for Children with Down syndrome.

Canadian Down Syndrome Society
Canadian Down Syndrome Society

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society is a national non-profit organization providing information, advocacy and education about Down syndrome. The CDSS supports self-advocates, parents and families through all stages of life. Their mission is empower Canadians with Down syndrome and their families. We raise awareness and provide information on Down syndrome through the prenatal, early childhood, school years, adulthood, and retirement stages of life.

Reviews (7)

by Huihui Fan

by Afua Pabi

by Maria Iankova
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by Huihui Fan

by Afua Pabi

by Maria Iankova

Children with Down Syndrome

by Jenny Lin
This course give me get more idea to deal with down syndrome child.Also I learn many way to help down syndrome children manage transitions.

by courtney haviland

Children with Down Syndrome

by Valarie Dore
I learned some things today, which after more than 30 years in the ECE field, is a good thing! Informative and relevant! - Val Doré

Unique Paths: Children With Down Syndrome

by Rebecca Roosdahl
I felt this course was full of important information laid out in a concise and understandable way. The tips for inclusion and teaching ideas were helpful.
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