Down Syndrome can be a complex condition to manage

Vocational training helps train teenagers and young adults with Down Syndrome for jobs that match their strongest skills, enabling them to be independent and reach their fullest potential. — Filepic

Down Syndrome, the most common and well-known chromosomal disorder, is the most common cause of intellectual disability.

The three copies, or trisomy, of chromosome 21 in these patients gives rise to multiple systemic complications, of which there is a wide variation.

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