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Changes to DSA Helpline Opening Hours

Due to staff illness and holidays, the helpline will be open  from 10am - 1pm only on 7th July - 10th July (inclusive). We apologise for any inconvenience caused.…

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Suffolk Bike Ride 9 August 2015

The DSA is the official charity for this year’s Suffolk Bike Ride on 9 August and there is still time for you to sign up and join us for a beautiful Summer day’s cycling in the tranquil Suff…

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New WorkFit Team Members

WorkFit- Connecting Employers and Employees with Down’s syndrome, by Veronica Mulenga- Employment Development Manager As we develop the WorkFit project, we have been eager to expand the tea…

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Event: 1-5pm 26 July Defeat Dementia in Down’s Syndrome Re…

Cambridge University Down’s Syndrome Research Group will be at the Langdon Down Centre. 1pm – 5pm | 26 July 2015 Please drop in during the afternoon.…

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  DSA Journal 131 Spring / Summer 2015 Published 9 February 2015. Includes articles on: Awareness Week 2015 | Health | Weight Management | Cardiac Disorders | My Perspective | Down2Earth | WorkFit Champions  | POSEIDON  | Effective Complaints| Social Media | Training | WorkFit | DSActive | Our Members  | Local Group | Book Review […]

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Defeat Dementia in Down’s Syndrome Research Projects

You are invited to come and meet the Cambridge University Down’s Syndrome Research Group who will be at the Langdon Down Centre: 1pm – 5pm | 26 July 2015

The team from Cambridge University are conducting a study to investigate the risk of dementia in people with Down’s syndrome.
*Find out about their research and learn about the brain
*Chat to our friendly research group
*See what it is like to take part in research
*There will also be refreshments and some fun activities.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to vanda.ridley@downs-syndrome.org.uk or by phoning 0333 1212 300 to let us know how many people will be attending with you:

The study is based in partnership with the Cambridge Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Group, the Down’s Syndrome Association and the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre Cambridge
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