We Can Read Like Anyone Else!

The best person to answer a question about Down syndrome is a person with Down syndrome. Caleigh answers this one.

 

Many people with Down syndrome have the capability to read and learn to read just like any other child when they begin school.

All people with Down syndrome learn, develop and achieve. People with Down syndrome have developmental differences that affect their learning style. It is important to identify the best methods of teaching each child. Ideally, through early intervention programs, this begins soon after birth.

The Canadian Down Syndrome Society has several Down syndrome resources for teachers and schools to enable them to provide the best possible education for children with Down syndrome and their peers.

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