A number of syndromes and conditions are known to appear in newborn babies, and many of them are in fact genetic and will last a lifetime. The good news is that many of these conditions exist on a spectrum, and many individuals with these syndromes such as Down Syndrome and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have been known to enjoy relatively normal and comfortable childhoods and go on to lead productive adult lives. Mental health has come a long way, and while there’s still some ground left to cover, it can be widely agreed that individuals with Down Syndrome or autism may expect a much better standard of living than previous generations who dealt with these conditions. Parents may take heart that celebrating down syndrome is quite possible, and Down Syndrome treatment and Down Syndrome awareness has never been better. Something similar can be said about ASD, too. Celebrating Down Syndrome, or at least being at peace with it, is very much possible.