Our pamphlets

In January 2016, the name of the clinic was changed from "The Dalglish Family Hearts and Minds Clinic" to "The Dalglish Family 22q Clinic". Some of the pamphlets below contain our former name. We are in the process of generating new pamphlets with the new clinic name.

Leaflet on 22q and our clinic (Card for caregivers)

This one-sheet, two-sided leaflet contains a quick introduction to both the syndrome and our clinic. It is a particularly useful resource for caregivers who need to explain 22q (22q11.2DS) to physicians who are unfamiliar with the syndrome.

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General introduction to our clinic

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Pamphlets for individuals who may have 22q

For adults who have schizophrenia:

Note: The following pamphlets are being updated. The new versions are expected to be published in the summer of 2017.

For adults who were born with heart defects:

For adults who have calcium or thyroid problems:

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Pamphlet for health professionals

For physicians, nurses, dietitians, therapists, imaging technicians, and any health professionals who work with adults with 22q: (Note: This pamphlet still use the short form "22q11.2DS" for the syndrome.)

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Pamphlet for Educators

For school principals, teachers, and members of the school resource team:

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Transition Factsheets

There are many things to think about as a person moves from childhood to adulthood. Our transition series is specially designed for teenagers / young adults with 22q as well as their family members or caregivers.

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