Dealing with death for people with Down's Syndrome.
     
     
     
     
     

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Resorces to help individuals with Down's Syndrome understand death and grieving

In the past, people with Down syndrome were denied the right to grieve because others mistakenly assumed that they had no capacity to do so. It was thought that people with Down syndrome did not experience grief, or recognise or comprehend loss.

The following resources may assist in helping someone with Down's Syndrome come to terms with the loss of a friend or relative.

http://www.nzdsa.org.nz/assets/dealingwithdeath.pdf.

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