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Promoting the health and well being of teens and adults with Down syndrome.

At Advocate Medical Group's Adult Down Syndrome Center, we strive to enhance the well-being of adults with Down syndrome by using a multidisciplinary team approach to provide patient-centered, comprehensive, wholistic, community-based health care services.

The Adult Down Syndrome Center at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge is a comprehensive medical resource providing medical and psychosocial care for teens and adults with Down syndrome, with an emphasis on health promotion.

Learn more Advocate Medical Group's Adult Down Syndrome Center

Multidisciplinary Team

Our multidisciplinary team is comprised of health care professionals, specializing in adult Down syndrome.  It also includes a practice manager to coordinate comprehensive care for each patient. 

  • Physician and nurse practitioner: medical services
  • Clinical therapist: psychosocial services
  • Registered and licensed dietitian: nutritional counseling
  • Patient representative: appointment scheduling and reception services
  • Certified medical assistant: medical support

Services

The Advocate Adult Down Syndrome Center offers a range of services adapted to each individual's unique needs.

These services include:

  • Medical services
  • Psychosocial services
  • Dietary services
  • Patient and parent advocates

Support this program

Most of the patients who visit the Adult Down Syndrome Center require longer-than-standard office visits. Most are insured by Medicare or Medicaid, which do not reimburse the full cost of the care provided. For these reasons, the Center operates at a significant loss. Charitable gifts enable patient to receive sensitive, specialized care that’s not available anywhere else in the Midwest.

Contact Us  
847.318.2303

Adult Down Syndrome Center

1610 Luther Lane
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068

Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
(Evenings by appointment only)

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View a recent WGN TV news story on the Adult Down Syndrome Center