Music and rhythm playing directly engages the cerebellum region within the brain (an area that is particularly weak for children with Down syndrome).
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A workshop to explore how to identify the tools and knowledge needed to achieve successful inclusion within a mainstream setting. Children with Down syndrome have a number of issues both physically and cognitively to contend with, which can hamper their learning. This workshop will help you to gain a greater
We would like to say a huge Thank you to the Rotarian’s of the Lewes Rotary Club, for raising funds for our much loved sports club. Brian McCarthy came along to present us with a cheque at one of our sports meetings. Brian is pictured here presenting a cheque to Louis. Once again a big Thankyou!
Monday 21st March marks the 2016 World Down Syndrome Awareness day. The world certainly is a better place having people with Down syndrome in it. Be inspired by their achievements today! On World Down Syndrome Day, Monday 21 March 2016, join us to encourage children and adults with Down syndrome to say “My Friends, My Community” and get the world talking about the benefits
Our Sports programme currently runs every other Saturday during term time at the Lewes Wave Leisure Centre. This is a great session for children of all ages to get their bodies moving. The programme of activities we offer are designed to overcome physical obstacles that can otherwise prevent skills from developing properly. Wave Lewes Leisure Centre, Mountfield Road, Lewes, BN7 2XG £3.50 per
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