This is the podcast series for the Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
#84 - Toilet Training in Down Syndrome (with Dr. Lina Patel, PsyD)
Dr. Lina Patel, psychologist from the Sie Center at Children's Colorado, joined Dr. Vellody on the podcast to talk about toilet training. Dr. Patel is the co-author of the recent book Potty Time for Kids with Down Syndrome: Lose the Diapers, Not Your Patience.
#83 - A Friend Like Anian (with Meeka Caldwell)
In a continuation of our discussions on Race and Down Syndrome, author Meeka Caldwell joined the podcast today to talk about her experiences as a mother and her children's book "A Friend Like Anian."
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#82 - DS and COVID, Return to School, Part 2 (with Dr. Andrew Nowalk)
Friend of the podcast, Dr. Andrew Nowalk, MD, PhD, joined us again for an update on optimizing safety in school re-opening.
#81 - Updates from the DS Center, Down Syndrome Association (with Erin Kelly and Meredith Peterson)
Erin Kelly (Down Syndrome Center of Western PA Program Coordinator) and Meredith Peterson (Executive Director, Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh) joined Dr. Vellody on today's podcast to discuss exciting changes at both organizations.
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Buddy Walk Pittsburgh 2020
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#80 - Autism and Down Syndrome (with Dr. Nicole Baumer)
Dr. Baumer re-joined the podcast to share her pediatric neurodevelopmental expertise in the dual diagnosis of autism and Down syndrome.
#79 - ADHD and Down Syndrome (with Dr. Nicole Baumer)
Dr. Vellody was joined on the podcast by Dr. Nicole Baumer who is a pediatric neurodevelopment specialist with expertise in ADHD in Down syndrome.
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