Assimilate the diagnosis of Down Syndrome in your baby

Assimilate the diagnosis of Down Syndrome in your baby

Having a baby with Down Syndrome is a situation that can alter the mother, but with which she can always coexist in a healthy way.

Studies of people with DS show that more and more opportunities are opening up for them, and there are many areas for them to demonstrate diverse talents.

A mother can take all the time she needs to assimilate that her baby will have this condition, in turn, can get psychological help and get very well informed about the subject.

This is the best way for you to understand the support you should give your child.

On the other hand, it should be remembered that while it is true that children with DS always show a low IQ, they also show a lot of creativity, spontaneity, intelligence and great gifts for artistic and sports activities.

According to statistics, about 5,000 babies with Down syndrome are born in the United States each year.

Already for this population, and throughout the world, there are specialized schools and treatments that lead them to live a fairly normal life and even many become independent.

All children, even those with SD, develop self-esteem if they are surrounded by people who love, respect and admire them.

You, as your mother, will be the first way to accept yourself, do not let the fear of the different cause you to lose unrecoverable moments of your upbringing and development.

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