Thanks to the support of Avon Tyres, PBM and NGK Spark Plugs, we have produced these fantastic T-shirts for those cycling enthusiasts out there. Team 21 will be modelling the shirts on their London to Paris ride in July.
Christopher’s story…by his mum, Mary I was told that Christopher has Down’s syndrome within hours of his birth. At that time, what I knew about Down’s syndrome would have fitted on the back of a postage stamp. The hospital had no literature to give me on the subject so their health visitor contacted the Down’s […]
Show your support for the DSA by wearing one of our fantastic T-shirts. If you have any questions about sizes, please contact us on 0333 1212 300 or email email@example.com.
GET 2017 & 2018 SOCKS AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF JUST £3 A PAIR!
We want everyone to celebrate this year’s World Down Syndrome Day so we’re joining Down Syndrome International’s Lots of Socks campaign to get everyone to wear special, limited edition #LOTSOFSOCKS socks.
So whether you are at home, nursery, school, university, work, on holiday or anywhere else, on 21 March 2018, wear LOTS OF SOCKS and invite all your friends, family and colleagues to do the same!
With Christmas now over, it’s time to think about those New Year’s Resolutions.
Please support our appeal to help make sure that people with Down’s syndrome are given the healthcare they need throughout their lives.
Buying this gift allows us to provide half a day of Tell It Right® training. Our TIR® training is Royal College of Midwives accredited and aims to ensure that health professionals have up to date, accurate and balanced information about living with Down’s syndrome.
Buying this gift allows us to provide an initial WorkFit assessment for an individual. Assessments help our Employment Development Officers get a better understanding of the individual’s likes and dislikes so they can be matched with the right employment opportunity.
Buying this gift allows us to provide a Project Worker for an hour at one of our Having a Voice group meetings. ‘Having a Voice’ is about giving people with Down’s syndrome a platform to have their say and be heard. We want to provide opportunities for people to influence their communities and wider society, as well as our work at the DSA.