Hoja de trabajo para Talleres Sábado, 18 de Octubre 2014

Today I am happy to be doing workshops for the 5 Congreso Sinddrome de Down in Monterrey.  Once again, I find myself lacking in Spanish tools for families here.  But, thanks to a past dietetic intern, Sara Negron, I was able to put together a Food Alike handout to share.

 Folleto: comidas parecidas

Gracias to Teresa Aguilasocho Montoya for inviting me to share my weekend with all the families. It…

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Monterrey Madness!

Hola from Monterrey!

I am enjoying my time at the 5th Congreso Sindrome de Down in Monterrey Mexico. This is just a fast note to share a link to a handout for those who came to today’s sessions. I will write more later.

Here is the handout: texture sheet – spanish

Joan

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Dancing + Walking = Fun Fitness?

Dancing.

Free. Fun. Frivolous.

Have you noticed that most people with Down syndrome have this figured out?  Once again, there seems to be a lesson here for those of us not blessed with a third 21st chromosome.

Learning what people like to do to be active…

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When Food is the Culprit
Food Allergy.
Food Intolerance.
Food Sensitivity.
No matter the label, it means everyone’s unhappy.

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When Food is the Culprit

Food Allergy.

Food Intolerance.

Food Sensitivity.

No matter the label, it means everyone’s unhappy.

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November Non-Fiction Writing ChallengeWell.
I’m not at all sure I’m up to the challenge, but I’m in. November is NaNoWriMo (National…View Postshared via WordPress.com

November Non-Fiction Writing Challenge

Well.

I’m not at all sure I’m up to the challenge, but I’m in. November is NaNoWriMo (National…

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Marionberries from Sugar”s garden.

Marionberries from Sugar”s garden.

Gluten free angel food cake made with andy

Gluten free angel food cake made with andy

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