Do you have questions about caring for your loved one with Down syndrome? Are you interested in learning all the up-to-date therapeutic approaches? Do you wonder how the research conducted on trisomy 21 will impact your loved ones’ future?
This one-day symposium will provide parents and healthcare professionals with the most recent clinical information, therapeutic approaches and current research being conducted in the field of trisomy 21. Presenters include prominent trisomy 21 professionals from all over the country. They will address topics from various aspects of life pertaining to trisomy 21.
Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. Mary Pipan, MD, clinical director of CHOP’s Trisomy 21 Program, opens the symposium at 7:50 a.m., and the day concludes at 5:15 p.m. Registration fee of $50 includes a box lunch and access to the exhibitor hall.