Needs of Infants and Preschool Children

  • Children with Down Syndrome usually benefit from being able to learn and explore in a safe and supportive environment. This could mean that being included in family, community, and preschool life will help a child with Down Syndrome develop his or hers full potential.

    Social development and social learning are often quite good, it can help the child's motor skills, speech, and language.Many children with Down Syndrome eventually reach most development milestones, but mild to severe learning difficulties will persist through life.