About Down's Syndrome : DSA Journal

DSA Journal 141 Spring / Autumn 2020

Published March 2020


Contents of DSA Journal 141

DSA: Letter from the Chief Executive |News | 50 years of the Down’s Syndrome Association | Memories and Stories project | A milestone in cardiac care | Georgia’s story | Rosie | Awareness Week 2020 | My Perspective 2020 | Over a century of healthy change | World Down Syndrome Congress | Having a Voice | WorkFit – celebrating success | The NHS and Down’s syndrome | Training and Support

Research: Transition from school to adult service | Dual-diagnosis of Down’s syndrome and Autism

Health: Preventing infection in children with Down’s syndrome | Recognition of Serious Illness in Children with Down’s syndrome | Best practice for administrating medicines to people with Down’s syndrome

Campaign: Health Alert! campaign update

Feature: The Learning Profile as a Recipe for Success

Fundraising: Fundraising and Trusts | My 21-hour charity fundraising event | Corporates | Trusts

UK Group: A brief history of Down’s Syndrome North East

Reviews: Jelly Fish by Ben Weatherill | Langdon Down Museum | Book Review on ‘Looking After My Eyes’

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Our Journal is sent out twice a year to all our members. It contains news, resources, information on benefits, features, profiles of groups, research, stories by our members and book reviews. Members of the DSA receive the Journal and Down2Earth magazine twice a year.

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