I don't think there is any connection with Down syndrome and left- or right-handedness, but I am curious to see results of left- and right-handedness in people with Down syndrome.
Kayla is left-handed.
Joe and I are both left-handed. Although Joe is more of a left-hander than I am. He bowls, golfs, bats, and throws with his left hand. I do the major things with my left hand: eat, write, and hold the phone with my left hand to my left ear! But for the rest of that stuff I use my right hand.
Lucas is a right-hander. Now how did he get to be the only right-hander in a family of left-handers?
So how does your family dynamics breakdown with left- and right-hand use?
What hand does your child with Down syndrome use?
What about siblings? You can chose more than one answer if some siblings are right-handed and some are left-handed.
What about the child's parents? (if anyone is ambidextrous which one do you identify with more?)