Care in the Community

Most people with Down's syndrome live in the community; some live with parents or caregivers, but adults often live independently or semi-independently. Many people with Down's syndrome can learn about healthy eating and manage their own diets. A dietitian's role in a community learning disability support team is likely to encompass not only individual assessment but also teaching and educating people with Down's syndrome as well as parents, caregivers, and other professionals.

See also: Aging. Antioxidants: Diet and Antioxidant Defense; Observational Studies; Intervention Studies. Dental Disease. Fatty Acids: Metabolism. Growth and

Development, Physiological Aspects. Immunity:

Physiological Aspects. Infants: Nutritional Requirements. Obesity: Definition, Etiology and Assessment; Fat Distribution; Childhood Obesity; Complications; Prevention; Treatment. Weight Management: Approaches; Weight Maintenance; Weight Cycling. Zinc: Physiology.

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