If you've read this blog for any amount of time, you know that my two year old daughter was diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome, and that I found great resources from the folks behind the website Down Syndrome Pregnancy.
This week, a purchase from Sevenly provides a book that provides critical information to families receiving a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. With your support, families can receive this book, which serves as a lifeline for many parents.
Trust me. I know.
Sevenly is an awesome company that donates profits each week to a different organization or cause, and this week, Lettercase (the publisher of the book) is benefitting from their good work.
"Understanding a Down Syndrome Diagnosis" provides real and up to date information about a Down syndrome diagnosis. A majority of women with a pre-natal diagnosis say that they did not receive the information to understand what a diagnosis really means for their family or their baby. I am happy to be in the minority, but with more prenatal tests available, many women will be receiving that phone call.
"Your baby has Down syndrome."
Go check out Sevenly. Buy something cute. Help a family gain balanced information in English or Spanish.
More on Sevenly here.