AURORA, Ore. — Ellie Stafford, 2, is a natural in front of the camera
If there’s one pointed at her, she doesn’t need prompting to flash a big, toothy grin.
Ask her for her modeling pose, and she tilts her head slightly to the side, raises shoulder and brings an index finger to her cheek.
Ellie, of Aurora, also has Down syndrome and she has just begun her modeling career.
Despite Ellie’s charisma and friendliness with the camera, her mother, Tiffany Stafford, never considered her daughter for a career in child modeling.Read More
An Important Research Project
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation wishes to gather information in order to open their first Adult Down Syndrome Medical Center, which will be located in Colorado. It will be the first of its kind within a 600-mile radius of Denver.
Global has created a Task Force made up of many renowned medical professionals, activists, and self-advocates from across the country to help them establish this world-class medical center for adults with Down syndrome. Part of the Task Force’s recommendation is to get input from self-advocates and their families. To this end, Global has engaged Catalyst Healthcare Research to conduct a survey regarding the healthcare needs of adults with Down syndrome.Read More
Un importante proyecto de investigación
El Global Down Syndrome Foundation desea reunir información para lograr abrir el primer Centro Médico Para Adultos Con Síndrome De Down, el cual será localizado en Colorado. Sera el primero de su tipo en un radio de 600 millas de Denver.
Global ha creado un grupo compuesto de varios médicos profesionales reconocidos, activistas, y abogados de todo el país para ayudar a establecer este Centro Médico de clase mundial, para adultos con síndrome de Down. A recomendación de este grupo, estamos buscando la aportación de personas con síndrome de Down y sus familiares. Con la ayuda de Catalyst Healthcare Research, se ha creado un cuestionario con respecto a los cuidados médicos necesarios para los adultos con síndrome de Down.Read More
Mom’s Coffee in Vancouver is open to anyone with a loved one who has Down syndrome. All ages of children welcome!!
Enjoy some coffee, water and some snacks. Make new friends, see old friends, laugh, learn or just simply take a break from Dr. Appointments.
Check out the EVENTS CALENDAR for future Mom’s Coffees!Read More
Megan Schiedler Homecoming Princess Lake Oswego High School!