Training Options

We currently offer training for medical and genetics professionals and students on providing accurate, up-to-date, and balanced information following a diagnosis of Down syndrome. We have offered live and online presentations to genetic counseling students at Wayne State University, the University of Utah, the University of South Carolina at Columbia, the University of Texas in Houston, and Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)  trainees at Georgia State University and Louisiana State University. If you are interested in scheduling a training, please contact us.

Resources for Medical Professionals

Free online learning modules for medical professionals from the University of Kentucky’s Human Development Institute:

Course image with photo of boy with Down syndrome on a swing

PHT 201: Improving the Prenatal Diagnosis Experience and Long-Term Patient Outcomes with Accurate, Up-to-Date, and Balanced Information about Genetic Conditions

Description Target Audience: Medical and genetics professionals, genetic counseling program directors, and students This course is for medical and genetics ...
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PHT 204: Brighter Tomorrows: Best Practices for Communicating a Prenatal Diagnosis of Down Syndrome

Description Target Audience: Medical Professionals and medical students This course employs Brighter Tomorrows, an interactive resource to educate clinicians on ...
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PHT 205: Brighter Tomorrows: Best Practices for Communicating a Postnatal Diagnosis

Description Target Audience: Medical Professionals and Medical Students. This course employs an interactive resource to educate clinicians on how to ...
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Summary of best practice guidelines for delivering a diagnosis:

Delivering a Prenatal or Postnatal Diagnosis

You can also request a free printed copy of these guidelines from our library of resources.