DSDT and Brighton University project completed. About The Project The project aimed to develop a new training intervention designed for school teaching staff currently supporting children with Down Syndrome. The funding from the CUPP programme enabled DSDT along with the project advisory board made up of colleagues from Brighton University and school leaders, to
Experts indicate that syndrome-specific speech and language therapy is vital to enabling children with Down syndrome to make best progress with speech, language and communication skills.
Brighton and Crowborough groups running + new groups coming soon.
Sarah Gordy a passionate and experienced actor with Down Syndrome
The Co-Worker Network Supporting the communication of children and young people with Down syndrome – A 3 day course Down Syndrome Development Trust & Symbol UK Co worker training details. About the Course This course is to train co-workers to run speech and language groups that assist people who have Down syndrome. Our colleagues at Symbol train staff to run speech and language groups
Down Syndrome Development Trust wins funding from Sussex Community Foundation for training days and clinics.
‘Communication for Life’ Training day – 22nd November 2013. A day for families and professionals supporting children and young people with Down syndrome from age 9 to young adulthood. We look at communication issues in the context of adolescence, a time of transition from childhood to adulthood.