Click on the link above if you would like to donate to The LuMind Foundation and help people with Down Syndrome.  

Early intervention, meaningful inclusion, and medical advances are fundamental to their successes. With that, many achieve some form of independent living combined with supports for home economics, job coaching, and living companions. In addition, research has the potential to be a game changer to the futures of all those with living Ds. Drugs and other interventions targeted at the root cause may help them achieve increased independence, such as self-agency, manage a home budget, perform critical thinking, drive, live on their own, and have broader career options.