One of WorkFit’s most successful partnerships is with XPO Logistics, who have just won the ‘Best Employer Practice’ category at the British Association for Supported Employment (BASE) Awards 2019.
You may like to ask your MP, and those who canvas your vote in the street or at your door, how their party will tackle these issues if they form the next government.
Proud mum, Stella, has recently got in touch to tell us about her daughter, Katherine’s lifetime and more recent achievements. “My daughter Katherine is 33. She gained 5 GCSEs at high school. She spent two years at college. For the past 10 years she has worked part time in paid employment for Morrison’s supermarket which […]
On the 4 November 2019, the NHS published updated information about Down’s syndrome. This comprehensive online resource is intended as a reference for anyone looking for information about what living with Down’s syndrome is like. We were delighted to have been working with NHS digital over the last few months and have been very encouraged […]
We had a great Down 2 Earth meeting on Sunday! We shared all our news and several members had birthdays this month, so we sang “Happy Birthday” many times! After our news sharing, the members were given a new Easy Read leaflet to look at and comment on. This was about Thyroid. As usual, our […]
Would Damon Hill OBE stand for Prime Minister? What does Michael Caines MBE serve up at home on a Saturday night? Just two of the burning questions audience members had for the celebrity pair at our recent charity event in Devon. Both former F1 Champion Damon, who has a son with Down’s syndrome, and Michelin-starred […]
In case you have missed the buzz, the film ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ has been released today in cinemas. The star of the film is a young man called Zack Gottsagen. The Peanut Butter Falcon is a modern Mark Twain-esque adventure. It also stars Shia LaBeouf as a small-time outlaw turned unlikely coach who joins […]
Rob Hardiman, whose Uncle Shaun has Down’s syndrome, organised a 21-hour football tournament at St George’s Park (home of the FA) on 28 of September 2019 to raise money for the Down’s Syndrome Association. 24 players took part in the tournament which started at 5am. The players were then split into teams and battled it […]