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Down Syndrome 2019

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The population of people with Down syndrome in Australia is now over 13,000.As there is no national, state or territory register of Australians with Down syndrome (with the exception of the IDEA database in Western Australia) this number cannot be rigorously confirmed. However, Down Syndrome Australia is confident that our collation of what little data is available is accurate. The number of Australian babies born per year with Down syndrome has been over 270 since 2007.This number has been extrapolated from the recorded birth numbers from four states per the table below. The calculation is based on the knowledge that the geographic spread of the population of people with Down syndrome matches that of the general population. Down syndrome is a genetic condition in which the person has an extra copy of some or all ofchromosome 21. This additional chromosome results in a number of physical and developmental characteristics and some level of intellectual disability. There are more than 15,000 Australians who have Down syndrome and approximately 1 in every 1,100 babies in Australia are born with Down syndrome.Down syndrome is the most common cause of intellectual disability and everyone who has Downsyndrome will have some degree of intellectual disability. In the past, many people with Down syndrome have not had the same opportunities as their peers. Often, they have been separated from the rest of the community, living in segregated settings such as care institutions. Low expectations were placed on them and there were limited opportunities for learning and participation in inclusive activities. With better early intervention and medical care, as well as the increased inclusion and integration of people with Down syndrome into society, the quality of life for people with Down syndrome has increased. Children with Down syndrome often attend childcare settings, pre-schools and primary and high schools alongside other children of their age. Adults with Down syndrome are involved in their communities including through paid employment (open or supported) and voluntary work. An increasing number are living independently, with some level of support, within the community. The life expectancy of a person with Down syndrome has increased from only 25 years of age in 1983 to approximately 60 years in 2016 due to better support and health care, with one in 1 in 10 living to their seventies.In a recent survey of more than 800 families of people with Down syndrome, 30% indicated thatthey or the person with Down syndrome had experienced discrimination or stigma due to having Down syndrome. 34% indicated that the person with Down syndrome had been discouraged fromtaking part in education or social activities because of their disability. This type of exclusion leads togreater need for formal supports and subsequently a greater dependence on funding through NDIS.Some of the examples provided by families included:

- Not being accepted or allowed to participate in sporting groups or dance activities. In some

cases, this was complete refusal in other cases people were made to feel unwelcome

- Being discouraged from attending mainstream schools

- Lack of appropriate supports or understanding in the workplace

- Not being allowed to take public transportation

- Health professionals not providing appropriate care because they are focused on the




About Conference

Conference Series llc Ltd. extends its welcome to Down Syndrome, Autism & Cerebral Palsy during July 22-23, 2019 at Melbourne, Australia with a theme Exploring the Challenges and Excellence in Down Syndrome and Autism”. Conference Series llc Ltd through its Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community. 

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Down Syndrome 2019 will focus on educational research directed toward its impact on clinical outcomes, through oral and poster presentations, educational workshop sessions, and influential plenary presentations. Attendees will be provided with the tools to enhance research geneticist programs to make education more effective in Genetic Disorders.

Conference will focus on the following topics during presentations of the two days event, which reflect current education research, developments and innovations internationally and as evidenced in both Genetic Disorders and Evidence Based Practice.

  • Teaching, Assessment and Learning in University and Clinical Practice
  • Technology, Simulation and Education
  • Continuing Professional Development
  • Continuing Education
  • Patient Safety
  • Innovation, Academic Leadership and Evaluation Research
  • Midwifery Education

The Down Syndrome 2019 is a platform for nursing students, faculty, deans, researchers, and leaders to collaborate on topics affecting Genetic Disorders. Attendees can:

Take advantage of opportunities to learn about  Genetic Disorders research from a variety of oral and poster presentations.  Meet and network with genetics professional ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers. Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with nurses from around the world. Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting Down syndrome

Target audience: Neurologists, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Neurosurgeon, Head of the department, Director, Delegates, Clinical, Community members, Professors, Researchers, Students, Scientists, Nurses.

  • Neurologists and Directors
  • Physicians
  • Neuroscientists
  • Specialists
  • Researchers
  • Professors
  • Paediatrician
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Psychiatrist
  • Nutritional Scientists
  • Lecturers and Students from Academia in the study of Genetic disease
  • Students from Academia in the research of Genetic
  • Therapists
  • Research Geneticist


To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date July 22-23, 2019

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Journal of Down Syndrome & Chromosome Abnormalities Autism-Open Access

All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Conference Series LLC LTD International Journals.

Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by