The first of a series of videos from the SOFT 2020 Virtual Conference. Deborah A. Bruns, Ph.D.  shares shining moments from the TRIS project: An overview and review of activities with Deborah A. Bruns, Ph.D. About Deborah A. Bruns Ph.D:Deborah A. Bruns is Professor and Off-campus program coordinator for the Special Education program in the…

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The 2020 SOFT Virtual Conference planning is underway and we are really excited to share our event with you. The team has been working hard to make sure our virtual event feels as much like home as our in-person events do. Because of the virtual format, we have stretched conference out a few days. It…

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What should parents and medical professionals know and expect as reasonable health standards for children with Trisomy 13? Dr. John Carey, MD and medical advisor for SOFT discusses current medical standards and expectations for children living with Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome. From the 2013 TrisomyTalk.com series of medical webinars. Dr. John Carey, MD and…

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If you get any two or more parents of children with Trisomy together the conversation will inevitably turn to the subject of constipation. Constipation is one of the most common health issues that families of a child with a diagnosis of Trisomy 18, 13 or other related disorder face. Managing your child’s bowels becomes a…

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Membership – by Diagnosis (MOS = Mosaic) Trisomy_18 Trisomy_18MOS Trisomy_13 Trisomy_13MOS Trisomy_9 Trisomy_9MOS Other Total Membership – by Member Type Total Supporter Medical_Prof Families Editor Admin Others Note:  Some Medical Professionals have children with trisomy so the “Families” count will not equal the Total Count in the first display.

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Provision of information and links does not constitute SOFT USA’s endorsement of any group. The International Trisomy 18/13 Alliance (ITA) is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization focusing on trisomy 13 and trisomy 18, (also known as Patau and Edwards syndromes respectively).   The mission is to offer trisomy 13 and trisomy 18 support groups, physicians and other professionals, accurate…

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I know we might not have known each other long. Maybe you’re a friendly cashier, or someone buying the same grapes as me at the grocery store. Maybe we’re taking turns on a machine at the gym, or we just met at a professional development opportunity. We make friendly banter, which I’m probably not enthused…

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What should parents and medical professionals know and expect as reasonable health standards for children with Trisomy 18? Dr. John Carey, MD and medical advisor for SOFT discusses current medical standards and expectations for children living with Trisomy 18 or Edwards Syndrome. From the 2013 TrisomyTalk.com series of medical webinars. Dr. John Carey, MD and…

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