Down Syndrome Indiana
708 E. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Welcome to Down Syndrome Indiana where we are dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome through education, support and advocacy. We are glad you are here, and we hope that you become an active part of our family!
Le damos la bienvenida a Down Síndrome Indiana donde nos dedicamos a mejorar la vida de las personas con síndrome de Down mediante programas educativos, apoyo y abogacía. ¡Nos agrada que visiten nuestro sitio en el web, y esperamos que usted se convierta en un miembro activo de nuestra familia!
DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Saturday, April 29, 20178:30AM to 1:30PM Down Syndrome Indiana 708 E Michigan StreetIndianapolis, IN 46202
This one day conference will beFREE and will highlight local, regional, and nationalresearch efforts. This is a unique opportunity for individuals withDown syndrome and their families to learn about new Down syndrome biomedical and clinical research opportunities and advances, and will provide a forum to discuss important healthcare and research topics related to Downsyndrome.
Topics will include:
1. Overview of national and state advocacy efforts to improve the quality of life of individuals with Down syndrome and increase biomedical research on Down syndrome;
2. Improving healthcare standards that will extend life expectancy;
3. Identifying the correlation between Alzheimer’s and Down syndrome and recognizing what further research is needed to improve the quality of life for our family members with Down syndrome.
4. Importance of DS-Connect, the Down syndrome patient registry, participation.
Lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-925-7617 by4/21/17. Include the number of adults attending and the number and ages of children needing childcare. For more information or to register, visit http://www.dsindiana.org/conference.php
*The host organizations are committed to improving health outcomes for individuals with Downsyndrome so they may live longer, healthier, and more productive lives. As a community, wewant to work toensure that individuals with Down syndrome have access to the best possible treatments, diagnostics, and therapies for improving their quality oflife.
Spanish Interpretation Services provided through Consumer Investment Funding from the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities