“GOING TO SCHOOL WITH MY FRIEND DARCY” INTERVIEW WITH AND REFLECTION FROM JACK MOLONEY Whenever I think about, talk about and remember Darcy’s experience at mainstream school with [...]
THE SILVER LINING Thankfully, the COVID-19 lockdown has proven that old Down syndrome myths and worries can finally die and be buried, never to be resurrected into the doubting mind of this [...]
Making Chromosomes Count are pleased to share with you an update on our #RaiseYourStandards campaign which aims to drive forward changes to social media platforms to make them a safer place for [...]
Cornish Down Syndrome Charity & Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) Support Children & Young People To be Heard.
‘Going to Hospital’ – 5th Book in the Looking Up Series, a collaboration between Royal Cornwall Hospital Treliske and the Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group charity A Cornish charity [...]
Today a couple with Down syndrome hold a ‘socially distanced’ wedding after coronavirus restrictions are relaxed.
GOING TO THE CHAPEL…. The Bride wore an ivory gown as she walked, beaming down the aisle towards the man who would soon become her husband. 4th July 2020 at 2:30pm in the presence of [...]
A lady from Rochdale who has Mosaic Down Syndrome explains “This is what society does to someone who is different”
Claire May Minett, from Rochdale, Greater Manchester is petitioning about a film called ‘Freaks’. Claire is an active campaigner and advocate for people with Down Syndrome, alongside [...]
Hi there! I’m Vicki , I’m 31 years old and have two children , Harry 7 years old and Freya 3 years old, with my husband Darren. Freya has Down syndrome. We didn’t know about her having it right [...]