Time to end unfair tax on disabled people

The Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) was delighted to hear about the successful High Court ruling against Norfolk County Council’s discriminatory charging policy, which forced adults with severe learning disabilities to pay more than they could reasonably afford towards the cost of their care. The ruling, which was brought about by the mother of a young […]

Happy New Year! | Kate’s blog

We had a very quiet Christmas but we did celebrate the New Year with snacks, a glass of bubbly and a few verses of Auld Lang Syne. As all my classes have been closed because of the latest Covid regulations I will resume my dance and theatre classes using zoom. I will miss meeting my […]

Team Reggie raises £8k in a year!

Superstar fundraiser Chris Sharp and his Team Reggie pals raised more than £8,000 for the Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA) last year. Chris completed the 100 mile Ride London cycling event and also the Virtual London Marathon, setting up Team Reggie along the way. It’s a staggering amount and the DSA are eternally grateful for people […]

Raffle Winners Announced 2020

We would like to extend our sincere thank you to everyone who entered this year’s DSA Raffle! The winning numbers can be found below: 1st Prize – 29614 2nd Prize – 10669 3rd Prize – 07625 4th Prize – 31660 5th Prize – 12148 If you recognise one of these numbers, please get in touch: […]

Remembering Tilly Anne Davies

Tilly’s parents have asked us to publish these words on what would have been her second birthday, as a celebration of her life and memory.  Remembering our beautiful daughter Tilly Anne Davies 17.12.2018 – 13.11.2019  Our daughter Tilly died in November 2019 and was only 10 months old. It was a very sudden, unexpected death in […]

Making gingerbread houses

One of my favourite things to do before Christmas is to make a gingerbread house. It brings back wonderful memories of when my nieces and nephews were small. Mum, dad and I would make basic houses and then at our Christmas get together, the children would decorate individual houses with sweets and icing. For the […]