Behind Closed Doors: Down Syndrome

May 17, 2007


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NPR: While many aging parents rely on offspring to become their caretakers in later years, parents whose children have Down syndrome often have a different story. The needs of adults with the disorder can extend the years of direct parent involvement. Two parents of children with Down syndrome, including US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a democrat from Washington, DC, share their stories.

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