All Press Releases for January 14, 2009

New Book Brings Hope to Families of Children with Down Syndrome

Qadoshyah Fish, a sister to a boy with Down syndrome felt moved to help other individuals with Down syndrome and their families. Down Syndrome: What You CAN Do, was written to share positive and truthful information about Down syndrome with families, doctors, and other professionals.

    MOODYS, OK, January 14, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The material in Down Syndrome: What You CAN Do, is written by doctors, medical professionals, therapists, parents and siblings. What makes this book different is that it covers a vast array of topics that many other books do not. The topics in the book range from nutritional intervention, physical therapy, speech therapy, heart concerns, adoption, and even a chapter on the life stories of individuals with Down syndrome.

With the recent passage of the Kennedy-Brownback bill, Pre-natally and Post-natally Diagnosed Conditions Awareness Act, this book should be an excellent source for doctors and medical professionals to give support to families. As one mother of a child with Down syndrome commented, "I wish this book was handed to me after my daughter was born instead of the gloom and doom book I was given by two different people. I felt so powerless and hopeless. Now, people can read this book and know that Down syndrome is a medical condition, real intervention does exist, we have choices and good reason to hope for more."

For more information about Down Syndrome: What You CAN Do, where to purchase, to request a review copy, or to schedule an interview contact Qadoshyah Fish at (918) 598-4004, [email protected] or see

ISBN 978-09794962-3-3

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