The New Zealand Down Syndrome Journal Winter 2010 has a few interesting articles which include:
- Hamish Learns to Ride by Stephanie Gilbert (the process this family went through in Hamish learning to ride a bike)
- Teen with Down syndrome gets his [Driving] license
- New Zealand celebrations of World Down Syndrome Day
- Many family stories: Ryan's Story, Jonah's First Birthday, Matthew and Thomas Diary
- My Sister Jordan (a poem by a 12 year old sister)
- Reflections on the World Down Syndrome Congress last year
- Down Write Brilliant (magazine by and for people with Down syndrome)
- Breastfeeding myths
- Interview with filmmaker Shira Avni and artists who created the film, Tying Your Own Shoes
Voices- Canadian magazine by and for people with Down syndrome (Health and Wellness issue)Also from the Canadian Down Syndrome Society in the library is Then and Now, a film which explores the views of self-advocates and how they are working to change the community. They speak about inclusion, relationships & marriage, housing, employment, education, sports & recreation and all aspects of living.
If you'd like to borrow the DVD, read any of the journal articles or borrow anything else from the library, just call or email.