Building Brain Power in People w/Down Syndrome, ft. Dr. Brian Skotko
As parents of children with Down Syndrome, we’ve heard of about 1 million things we should be doing to improve the brain power of our kiddos… and we’re guessing you’ve heard them too! Do we say yes or no to B-12, Tylenol, dairy? Is gluten really that bad? And what on earth do we do about vaccines?
We’ve brought on an expert to answer all of this and more! Dr. Brian Skotko is the director of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Down Syndrome Program, a brother to a sister with DS, and the creator of Brain Train: a program for individuals with DS designed to boost brain function and prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Brain Train focuses on “SMART” actions that you and your loved one with DS can take everyday to "work out" your brain! Grab a pen and get ready to take notes from an amazing expert and advocate then head on over to downsyndromebraintrain.com to learn more about this wonderful program!
Visit downsyndromebraintrain.com to access all of Dr. Skotko’s resources on Down Syndrome and cognition!
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