Registration is now open for the 2023 Down Syndrome Research Forum, which is being held online on 27 and 28 April. This year's forum will include researchers and practitioners from around the world, speaking on a range of topics relevant to early intervention and education for children with Down syndrome.

The Down Syndrome Research Forum is an established, international meeting of researchers and practitioners interested in advances in our understanding of how to best meet the developmental and educational needs of children with Down syndrome. The event is sponsored by Down Syndrome Education International and hosted annually in partnership with researchers active in the field.

This year's forum includes presentations on a wide range of topics, including early language interventions, evidence-based practice in schools, attention and word learning, speech development, infant babble, lexical and morphological development, mathematical abilities, social inclusion, speech and language therapy provision, word learning, working memory, executive function, and more.