What is the Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA)?
The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) is a charity that helps people with Down’s syndrome, their families and professionals.
How can the Down’s Syndrome Association help you?
Easy Read information
We have easy to read information about health, activities, work, sport and lots more. We have Easy Read information to download.
DSActive Sports Programme
We have a sports programme for people with Down’s syndrome called DSActive. DSActive can help you join a football or tennis team: DSActive Let us know if you are interested in other sports and activities.
Are you looking for a job? WorkFit helps people with Down’s syndrome find work: WorkFit
My Perspectives 2014 winner ‘Moraine Lake’ by Stephen Thomas
My Perspective Photography Competition
We have a photography competition called My Perspective for people with Down’s syndrome. You can enter up to 3 photos and win prizes! Why not enter your photos? Enter My Perspective
Having a Voice
We can help you have your say. We run groups for people with Down’s syndrome to help them have their say. Find out more: Having a Voice
Annual Health Check Book
DSA members get a Health Book. You can take the Health Book to your annual health check.
Be a member
Adults with Down’s syndrome get FREE DSA membership. You can join now!
Fill in the form on our website. You may need someone to help you fill in the form.
What do I get for being a member?
We have a magazine for people with Down’s syndrome written by people with Down’s syndrome called Down2Earth Magazine. DSA members get Down2Earth Magazine twice a year.
Get in touch
You can contact the DSA by:
- telephone on 0333 1212 300
- email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- post – write to us at: Down’s Syndrome Association, Langdon Down Centre, 2A Langdon Park, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9PS