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The Clinical Assessment and Management of Children, Young People and Adults with Down Syndrome - Recommended Clinical Practice
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The Clinical Assessment and Management of Children, Young People and Adults with Down Syndrome - Recommended Clinical Practice

This Recommended Clinical Practice document has evolved to provide guidance for individuals throughout the lifespan.

This document aims to ensure that the health, development, educational and psychosocial needs of individuals with Down syndrome and their families are identified and addressed, and that individuals with Down syndrome receive care that is appropriate, timely and well co-ordinated between primary and secondary care. The recommended clinical practice (RCP) provided here should be used to supplement routine well child and adult care.

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