What is the Triangle Down Syndrome Network?

You may have read some of Dr. Layton’s Ask the Expert articles we have featured on the ELF Talk section of our website. These articles, such as Ask the Expert: Play and Learning and Ask the Expert: Executive Function and Children with Down Syndrome were originally published in the Triangle Down Syndrome Network’s newsletter. If you were […]

Civitan Club Shows Appreciation for Special-Education Teachers

Dr. Layton recently spoke at the Garner Civitan Club, regarding the special-education needs of children in China. The Garner Civitan Club holds an annual dinner honoring the special-education teachers of the Garner, NC area schools. This year’s event featured not only Dr. Layton’s talk, but also a talk given by Talk and Total parent, Jane […]

Buddy Walk 2010

Dr. Layton and his friends go to support the Fall 2010 Buddy Walk. The record-breaking 12th annual Buddy Walk at Briar Creek was great fun. The Buddy Walk is put on each year by the Triangle Down Syndrome Network.

Fall Festival 2010

The Fall Festival 2010 was a huge success! The children got to enjoy face painting, farm animals, hayrides, and even horseback riding.

CLAWS Presents at T and T Communication

Creative Learning About Wildlife Species (CLAWS) presented to the children at T and T Communication on July 21, 2010. The children learned about several wild animals and they were able to have their pictures taken with the owls.

Talk and Total Celebrates Its 10th Year

Talk and Total Communication celebrates its 10th year. Dr. Layton, colleagues, families and friends came together on May 21, 2010 at an open house celebrating the 10th year opening of the Center. Also, it was a time for celebrating Dr. Layton’s retirement from North Carolina Central University. Dr. Layton plans on working full time at […]

Buddy Walk 2009

We had another great time at this year’s Buddy Walk, sponsored by the Triangle Down Syndrome Network.

Buddy Walk 2007

Buddy Walk 2007

We went to the Triangle Down Syndrome Network sponsored Buddy Walk! We had a lot of fun and got to see Chris Burke (from Life Goes On) perform with his band. We are anxiously looking forward to next year’s event.