Annually, World Down Syndrome Day is marked by people around the world. The day is going digital this year, but with a longer celebration and more ways to get involved than ever before, it should be the day’s biggest year yet.
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The Down’s Syndrome Association have released free emotional wellbeing resources to support people with Down’s syndrome, parents, and carers.
The winners of the Down’s Syndrome Association’s international photographic competition have been announced, and they hail from Ireland, Canada and the USA.
At 21-years-old, Indian artist and illustrator Jijo Das is winning the praise of people around the world with his art. This year, Jijo’s design has been chosen for World Down Syndrome Day’s #LotsOfSocks campaign, he tells us how we can all learn from each other.
Every year, World Down Syndrome Day takes place to raise awareness about Down’s syndrome, and promote opportunities for people living with the condition. This year’s theme is We Decide – how will you be celebrating?
#MyFriendsMyCommunity When children and adults with Down’s syndrome are given opportunities to participate, the whole community benefits. During Awareness Week (March 20-26 2016), the Down’s…