While Down syndrome is a lifelong condition, Gillette is with you every step of the way, offering continuous care for your child aged 0-25 years old.
Down syndrome treatments give your child the care they need and can help improve their physical and intellectual abilities. Early intervention programs may include working with speech therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists. While many children are included in regular classes by the time they reach school age, they may need some extra assistance. Gillette can aid in gathering the tools and resources they need to reach their full potential.
Children who have Down syndrome may also see our experts in Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Sleep Medicine, and Ear, Nose, and Throat.
We'll partner with you, your primary care provider and sub-specialty physicians to put together a plan for your child's care for the coming year. Our nurse care coordinators will partner with you to coordinate and to carry this plan.
Tori Bahr, MD, FAAPPediatrics and General Medicine
Art Beisang, MDPediatrics and General Medicine
Heidi Davis, APRN, CPNPPediatrics and General Medicine
Julie Mills, APRN, CNPPediatrics and General Medicine
Micah Niermann, MDPediatrics and General Medicine
Jean Stansbury, APRN, CNP, CHPPNRehabilitation Medicine
Deana Thomasson, APRN, PMHS, CPNPPediatrics and General Medicine
To seek medical treatment for Down syndrome, you need to come to the experts. Gillette’s full-service, family-centered approach to care gives your child a chance to return as fully as possible to life and normal activities. You can count on our exceptional team of specialists to help your child feel their best. We are here to help you every step of the way, providing Down syndrome education for parents and caregivers.
Your child might receive Down syndrome treatment from top medical professionals in the following areas: