Social Inclusion and Down Syndrome

In accordance with biology these individuals present, among others characteristic, changeable degree of mental and motor deficiency (nor always observed in carriers), nail only in the minimum finger and inflammation of eyelids. In the current days, ' ' syndrome of down' ' it is an controversial subject, that comes being argued in the society and debated in the media. The idea of the social inclusion of the carriers of the syndrome comes being studied and developed for professionals of some areas. More research in this area can give greater has supported the professionals to better understand the situation of the carriers of the syndrome of down in the familiar context, with this, develops more efficient actions of social inclusion. In imaginary the social one, the carriers of syndrome of down are considered docile people and meigas. Many times, independent of the medical explanation of the origin of the illness, the parents want to believe that its ' ' anjos' ' they are those children who God ordered for protecting to them. As already we perceive previously the idea associated (esteretipo mannering) with these people is of that they are amiable, sociable, possessing good mood and temperament pleasant (Cardoso, 2003).

It is possible that this idea comes of the infantile face appearance, this face of baby transmits a certain innocence (Cardoso, 2003). Syndrome of down and family With the birth of a child with syndrome of down, the familiar nucleus suffers a great impact therefore occurs a great change for inseriz it in this nucleus and these changes bring implications for the development of the child. In accordance with some studies (Hiss & Dessen, 2003), the reaction of the parents when they know that its son has syndrome of down is different of the reaction of the mothers; while the mothers tell to have been worried and about interrogations on the illness, the parents are sad or with queerness, since they waited a said child normal. The analyses are not enough to the tecno-scientific analyses nor biochemists made in laboratory to pass the information of the doctors for the familiar ones, therefore these are not enough understood and absorbed for the family. The doctors must consider other forms of speaking on the subject, mainly for the people who do not possess as much easiness to get information. The parents wait that its children if develop normally and that they are independent. In relation to the loving relationships some mothers wait that the son can namorar and even though to marry, but this goes to depend on the development of the carrier of the syndrome.