The Down Syndrome Development Trust’s first training event proved a success, with guest speaker Leela Baksi from Symbol UK.
On March 21, 2013, the 2nd World Down Syndrome Day – made official by the UN – 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. With advanced methods of prenatal screening now or soon to be available, this day takes on a singular and urgent dimension.
Roche Laboratories, teamed with other researchers, just published results describing a compound that reverses impaired brain cell signaling in a mouse model with Down syndrome.
In partnership with leading Down Syndrome organisations we can provide a variety of specialist training days throughout the UK.
Sailability was founded by the Royal Yachting Association to enable disabled people to sail.
The aim of cranial osteopathy is to ensure that all areas of the body have the freedom to move properly, and are receiving the right blood supply and nerve supply so that all the tissues can function as well as possible.
We are looking for employers who are willing to engage our members into employment. We will offer support and ongoing training for those wishing to engage in this rewarding scheme.
Down syndrome support groups throughout the South East.
21st March, ‘World Down Syndrome Day’ as designated by the United Nations.
An all party Parliamentary Group has published the Good Practice Guidelines for children and young people up to 25 years.