Historically, the Down syndrome movement has focused primarily on the needs of children.
Great strides have been made, and increasingly, people with Down syndrom enter our communities with a broad range of skills.
But often, they step into an world of painful isolation.
Engaging in community life can be a daunting task for someone with a cognitive disability.
But with the right support, and improving educational techniques, opportunities continue to expand for people with Down syndrome to live with more independence.