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Down Syndrome (DS) is a common chromosomal abnormality in human and typically delay in cognitive ability and physical growth. This study investigated the skills of 19 DS children ages between 1-13 attending special sessions at Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation center at Ipoh, Perak. A 34 item survey checklist with 1-4 in the Likert scale was used and defined as 1-Never to 4-Always. The skills were categorized into cognitive, affective and psychomotor. From the responses of the teacher-in-chargedoi:10.7763/ijssh.2015.v5.433 fatcat:ql6we57xo5gbxjqt66nyd5z7ya