1 - The aspirations of adults with Down syndrome.
2 - Beyond the myths - representing people with Down syndrome.
3 - Supporting families.
4 - Positive families - appreciating adult children with Down syndrome.
5 - Mum, Dad, and Kids- family life.
Part Two: Perspectives for services.
6 - Early intervention and support.
7 - Healthcare.
8 - Genetic aspects.
9 - Creating positive lifestyles for people with Down syndrome in developing countries.
Part Three: Development and Education.
10 - Learning in young children.
11 - Making inclusion work.
12 - Speech, language and memory development.
13 - Developing number and money skills.
14 - Developing literacy across all ages.
15 - Verbal-motor behaviour.
16 - Self-regulation in young adults.
Part Four: Adolescence and adult life.
17 - Adolescence and inclusion.
18 - Health and ageing.
19 - Life after school.
20 - Adult lives, living and working in the community.
21 - Ageing with confidence and competence.