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Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week 2017

Each year, the voice of people with Down’s syndrome and their circles of support grows louder, but there is still much to do to achieve true and proper inclusion.

This year we will focus on enabling people with Down’s syndrome of all ages and abilities to express themselves and, importantly, to be heard so that others understand their needs, thoughts and opinions.

#ListenToMe

Each year, the voice of people with Down’s syndrome and their circles of support grows louder, but there is still much to do to achieve true and proper inclusion.

This year we will focus on enabling people with Down’s syndrome of all ages and abilities to express themselves and, importantly, to be heard so that others understand their needs, thoughts and opinions.

#ListenToMe

We know that not everyone finds it easy to ‘speak-up’, but that is no reason for people with Down’s syndrome to be ignored. There are many ways to express an opinion and it is vital that individuals across the UK have the right support and advocates to help them do just that. Each year, the voice of people with Down’s syndrome and their circles of support grows louder, but there is still much to do to achieve true and proper inclusion.

This year we will focus on enabling people with Down’s syndrome of all ages and abilities to express themselves and, importantly, to be heard so that others understand their needs, thoughts and opinions.

#ListenToMe

We know that not everyone finds it easy to ‘speak-up’, but that is no reason for people with Down’s syndrome to be ignored. There are many ways to express an opinion and it is vital that individuals across the UK have the right support and advocates to help them do just that.

We know that not everyone finds it easy to ‘speak-up’, but that is no reason for people with Down’s syndrome to be ignored. There are many ways to express an opinion and it is vital that individuals across the UK have the right support and advocates to help them do just that.