Happy Holidays and Exciting New Year!

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At the end of the year, whether consciously or subconsciously, we reflect on the last 12 months — what worked, what didn’t — to help us prepare for the new year and new opportunities. And we are feeling sooooo good about 2017 because of you and others like you whose contributions made 2016 a model year …

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Having A Good Time To Benefit LuMind RDS

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This fall dedicated supporters in four states raised a lot of awareness and funds for LuMind Research Down Syndrome Foundation (LuMind RDS) all while having a good time. Funding Futures, Ashley Rose Golf, Down A Draft, and Libretto’s Golf prove that social responsibility IS social and fun! For the last 6 years, the Ashley Rose …

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Down Syndrome Organizations Give to Research

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We are proud to be affiliated with those in the community who help individuals with Down syndrome (Ds) and their families make sense of early childhood interventions, individualized education plans (IEPs), strategies for inclusion, and most importantly, create a welcoming environment that celebrates the abilities in people with Ds and connects them to one another. …

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LuMind RDS Board Welcomes Paul Murasko and Sarah Wernikoff

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When a nonprofit succeeds there is usually a strong board working tirelessly to nurture and steer the organization towards the full actualization of its mission and vision. This is true of the LuMind RDS Board of Directors who give much more than financial gifts to the organization — they also give their time and share their networks. …

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LuMind RDS Research Partner Jamie Edgin Wins $2.9 Million Grant

Categories: Blog, Clinical Trials, Ds / Alzheimer's Connection, Ds Research, Meet Our Friends, News, Other, Why Support Research?
This holiday season, LuMind Research Down Syndrome is celebrating Dr. Jamie Edgin and her newly awarded five-year, $2.9 million grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD) to expand research on developing the Arizona Cognitive Testing Battery. Dr. Jamie Edgin is an assistant professor of psychology and serves as the associate head …

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