Author Archives: Rose Godfrey

About Rose Godfrey

Rose Godfrey is a speech pathologist and mom. Her son, Dominic, is the inspiration for the Trisomy 21 Club blog. Rose writes about homeschooling, travel, parenting, Down syndrome, and sourdough. Yes, it's an eclectic mix. She has written four books: Start Homeschooling Today: No Experience Required, Sourdough Simplicity, The Pig in the Pantry and Other Homeschool Tales, and Don’t Put Headphones on the Cat.

Diversity, Down Syndrome, and the Fight for Life

Rose Godfrey   October 30, 2016   No Comments

The First Time I Saw My Son With Down Syndrome

Rose Godfrey   October 20, 2016   No Comments

Down Syndrome: A Definition

Rose Godfrey   October 10, 2016   No Comments

Here’s Why I Post So Much About My Son With Down Syndrome

Rose Godfrey   August 2, 2016   No Comments
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My personal Facebook feed has an imbalance that is glaringly apparent. It tends to be heavily in favor of my youngest son. Dominic has Down syndrome, and so my feed also has a fair sprinkling of articles and posts about Down syndrome-related issues. Prenatal testing, disability awareness, accomplishments of people… Read more »

People Say My Son “Suffers” From Down Syndrome. I Disagree.

Rose Godfrey   March 25, 2016   3 Comments

Three Little Words That Mean So Much: I Wuf Oo

Rose Godfrey   February 7, 2016   No Comments

Early Communication & Down Syndrome: A Speech Pathologist’s Perspective

Rose Godfrey   January 19, 2016   3 Comments
What I Learned About (2)

Early Communication and Down Syndrome: Some Perspective As my youngest son is nearing his third birthday, I’ve been reflecting on what I have learned about building early communication and Down syndrome over the past three years. I have concluded that my 24/7 crash course in communication has taught me quite… Read more »

Some Things Prenatal Testing Can’t Detect

Rose Godfrey   June 20, 2015   No Comments

Worried About Down Syndrome? | Nothing to Fear

Rose Godfrey   February 6, 2015   No Comments

Meet Dominic | Trisomy 21 Club President

Rose Godfrey   February 6, 2015   No Comments