Down’s Syndrome is a genetic disorder that has a set of attributes and congenital features shared by a group of new borns throughout their lifetime. Not necessarily all these characteristics are shared by all of them. However, most are.

Down’s Syndrome is relatively common and occurs in all communities and races in all countries. It is called Down’s after Dr. Langdon Down’s who discovered the Syndrome in 1862.

The incidence of Down’s Syndrome according to international studies is 1:700 live births. Mostly, people with Down’s Syndrome have varying degrees of mental, physical disability and medical problems.