"Later, they asked with interest how people in Europe see the situation in Ukraine and wanted to know if anyone supports them, and what will happen in the end. They seemed a bit scared. I didn't have a good answer to their last question."
The report noted that the average age of onset of dementia among people with Down syndrome was 55, with some cases presenting in their early 40s. The majority of people without Down syndrome who develop dementia do so after the age of 65.
These children are now treated the same as other children in care - in other words, they are provided with foster care, supported lodgings or residential placements. Most are also allocated a social worker.