Early Childhood Special Edition Newsletter



Smiling young girl with Down syndrome in a wheat field with arms outstretched. Sunny, blue skies with fluffy white clouds in background.

When we asked parents what they wish they had done when their children were young, they said things like: have expectations and vision for the future, start planning early, build and maintain social connections.

In this special edition newsletter, we hope you find information and resources to help you do all this, and more, as your child transitions into early childhood and the school years.

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2018

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Updated on Mar/15/2018


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  • Create a vision for the future. Set goals. Identify helpful people and needed supports.
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