For more info visit Keeping Children and Adolescents with Down Syndrome Healthy: Medical Updates for Health Care Professionals, April 7, 2016 Presented by Dr. Brian G. Skotko and Melissa J. Reilly  Thursday, April 7, 2016 | 5:00-6:00 p.m. Questrom’s Rafiki B. Hariri Building, Room 105 595 Commonwealth Avenue | Boston, Massachusetts This talk will discuss new healthcare guidelines […]

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Karen Gaffney, Self-Advocate and World-Renown Swimmer, presents her TEDxPortland talk, “All Lives Matter” and makes the case against termination of pregnancies diagnosed with Down syndrome. Articulate and persuasive, this is worth 15 mins of your time.

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BOSTON – When Carl and Julie Stone discovered four years ago that their third child, Josiah, would be born with trisomy 21, or Down syndrome, they didn’t blink.

“It didn’t frighten us, it didn’t scare us, it didn’t make us sad,” Stone said. “We simply wanted to spend the last 20 weeks of the pregnancy doing everything we could to give this child every possibility to succeed.”

The Carver resident’s story is not unusual. But it isn’t common, either. Many expecting families who discover the child might be born with trisomy 21, a form of Down syndrome that comes from having an extra chromosome, don’t know where to turn, or what kind of life to expect for their baby.