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Regional training with hospitals, schools, local support gro…

This month we provided training for parents and practitioners in Oxford, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Cornwall, London, Lincoln and Devon, including: • two ‘Tell it Right’ training day…

Wills and Trusts

Wills and Trusts

Leaving a will and paying for a solicitor to set it up when you have a child with Down’s syndrome is vital. There can to be a fear of solicitors and their fees, however this is the time for get…

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Obstacle Races

The DSA are pleased to be involved with a fantastic number of obstacle races this year offering mud, fun, obstacles, more fun and even more mud!…

Wales Education consultation

The DSA is helping to shape new Additional Needs Code of Pra…

New legislation covering pupils with additional needs in Wales is anticipated to come into force from September 2017.…

Journal 131

DSA Journals

  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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We have been approached by Catherine Butler, a journalist writing for Country Living Magazine, who is looking for people with Down's syndrome to be nominated as young community heroes. People who have had a positive impact on their village/ rural area. The nominees must be based in a rural part of the UK, be aged under 30 and be people who have worked to strengthen community, revitalised a local resource (eg kept the village store/ post office open), or worked to preserve an important part of that area's natural or cultural heritage. If you are interested in nominating a person with Down's syndrome, please send details to cate@catherinebutler.co.uk by 4pm on the 26th May. Thanks, the DSA Team ... See MoreSee Less

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  • Best of luck to Ryan Bennett, Joanne Walker and Richard Morgan as they take on the @ActionChallenge London 2 Brighton Challenge #Team21

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