I am trying to keep busy on these cold winter days. Yesterday I enjoyed making for the first time a batch of chocolate chip cookies. They looked great and tasted delicious! I spent a lot of time on the sports Wii. I play tennis, basketball, ten pin bowling and many other sports. My favourite game […]
Slides from the update webinar on 8 January 2021.
If you have experienced difficulties with your GP with regard the addition of adults who have Down’s syndrome to the list of people who are classed as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ this template can form the basis of a letter to your GP.
After the excitement of last week this has been a quiet one. Whenever I can, I have been helping mum with the cooking. As Christmas is getting closer I have made a list of the cards I need to send. I am doing my weekly zoom lessons with Baked Bean Company. The project we are […]
by Carol Boys, Chief Executive, Down’s Syndrome Association Since Tuesday, when we shared the Government’s decision to add adults who have Down’s syndrome to the list of people who are clinically extremely vulnerable, we have been inundated with calls, questions and stories that clearly illustrate the huge impact this decision is having on our community. […]
From this week, adults (18 and over) who have Down’s syndrome are to be added to the group of people who are classed as clinically extremely vulnerable. This means that they have been classed as at higher risk from coronavirus. The decision has been agreed across all four nations of the UK by their Chief […]
Now that I am swimming I have to get used to a new system. I have to have my trunks on before I got to the swimming pool under my clothes. Then I take my clothes off and get straight into the pool. After I finish swimming I can use the changing room. I want […]