Dr Ese Stacey takes you through her approach to general wellbeing for all but especially for children with Down syndrome. How nutrition, in particular gut health, can play a vital role in supporting your child’s journey to optimum well being.
On March 21, 2021, the 10th World Down Syndrome Day (made official by the UN in 2011), will be celebrated across the world. This event aims to raise awareness about Down syndrome and inform members of the public about this often misunderstood disability, and about the prejudices people with Down syndrome face each day.
Fun movement and exercise for Down Syndrome people and their family and friends. Online, Saturday mornings.
Forest school supports learning through outdoor exploration and helps to develop confidence through learner-centred experiences in a natural setting.
DSDT provide a range of consultancy services nationwide for families/carers, other support groups, schools and nurseries.
We will be delivering best practice techniques in a fun and engaging manner to help your child/young person build on their vocabulary and literacy skills.
Consultancy on good reading practice.
From sailing to forest school and cyber sports to live sports (when allowed!) we are proud of our variety of outdoor activities we offer for children with Down syndrome, of all ages, and their families.
EHCP support focuses on the syndrome specific learning style of children and young people with Down Syndrome.
Plus testimonials and survey results.
Co-workers, supervised by specialist speech and language therapists, are providing effective and otherwise unavailable speech and language therapy groups to address speech, language and communication skills using syndrome specific approaches.