LivingWithTrisomy.org

Links to family pages offering information &

support to other families Living With Trisomy 

 
 

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Trisomy 07 (2 links)

Trisomy 08 (1 link)

Trisomy 09 (4 links)

Trisomy 10 (2 links)

Trisomy 11 (1 link)

Trisomy 12 (1 link)

Trisomy 13 (14 links)

Trisomy 14 (3 links)

Trisomy 15 (1 link)

Trisomy 16 (2 links)

Trisomy 17  (2 links)

Trisomy 18 (15 links)

Trisomy 19 (2 links)

Trisomy 20 (1 link)

Trisomy 21 (2 links)

Trisomy 22 (1 link)

 

 

 

TRISOMY SUPPORT
From Families To Families

Once diagnosed with a TRISOMY child, the journey began.  Whether their child was diagnosed prenatal, at birth, or even years later, visited a short while, or presently brightens their day, here you'll find Families, Sharing - Growing in Love, while Living with Trisomy.  Most of the linked family web pages will have Trisomy support organization links of their own, but this site is specifically for families to connect with other families through their own web pages.  Check the individual sites for contact information.

What's that?  You don't have a page to link?  Creating a personal family page is fairly easy these days, and there are numerous sites where you can do just that.  Check out http://www.babiesonline.com/ , http://www.geocities.com/ , or perhaps even your own internet provider.  Many providers such as AOL and the Earthlink associates provide you the web space for a personal page, and an easy to use on-line site building program in the fees you already pay them each month.

     

This Family Web Site Launch Page Is Brought To You In Association With The

Tracking Rare Incidence Syndromes
(TRIS)  Research Project

Click Here To Include Your Child In The TRIS Project's Data


 
Click here to visit the official TRIS web site

 

                     

Unfortunately, due to the large amount of spam that our "submit a link" page was generating, I have been forced to do away with that feature.  So to submit your rare trisomy child's website for linking, please use the below "Contact Us" and include the following information: your name, website url to be linked, which chromosome # to be linked under, website's title (if any) & a short description of your child's site.  I apologize for any inconvenience this causes legitimate rare trisomy submitters, but the spammers out number you at least 100:1.

     Contact Us     

All links from this site reflects each families personal journey with raising a Trisomy child. It is not meant to replace any medical advice of a professional familiar with your specific condition. The personal journeys in any parent's linked sites are only their opinions and their own journey with having a Trisomy child. You should consult with your own physician or other medical professional regarding the opinions or recommendations expressed within the pages as to your own child's symptoms and medical condition.

                                                                                                    Site last updated: 01/21/09