Materials in Spanish

February 1, 2013 in Resources, Spanish, Support


For our Spanish-speaking expectant parents, and for relatives who speak Spanish, there are a variety of Spanish language materials and resources:

The Lettercase booklets have both English and Spanish text:
http://lettercase.org/

Recently this website was recommended by a group leader: http://www.down21.org/web_n/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=8&Itemid=37

Another resource is Brighter Tomorrows – materials are available in both English and Spanish:
http://www.brightertomorrows.org/

Also, the NDSS has information in Spanish:

The NDSC has information in Spanish as well:
http://giftsds.segullah.org/down-syndrome-links/international-links/

“Babies with Down Syndrome” is available in Spanish:
http://www.woodbinehouse.com/main.asp_Q_product_id_E_978-1-890627-99-7_A_.asp

Canal Down21.org

Revista Síndrome de Down

Libro de lectura y escritura

“Síndrome de Down: Vida adulta”

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2 Responses

  1. Rachel Matta says:

    This is one of my favorite sites in Spanish–it’s from Spain, and it’s got so much to offer. Wish we could offer a fraction of this to our local Spanish-speaking group in the SF Bay Area! In the meantime, plugging away on those new parent packets.

    http://www.sindromedown.net

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