Down Syndrome resources
Wouldn’t change a thing. Creating a world where negative perceptions of Down syndrome are a thing of the past
Book: This year wouldn't change a thing produced a book with Celebrate T21 in Australia, for parents, by families of people with ds.
We give the book to new and expectant parents and families for free for a true lived experience. A beautiful tangible book to work your way through from babies to adults.
Find out more: Wouldn't change a thing - produced by Celebrate T21
Lots of socks awareness campaign
'We want everyone to celebrate this year’s World Down Syndrome Day so we’re joining Down Syndrome International’s Lots of Socks campaign to get everyone to wear special, limited edition #LOTSOFSOCKS socks.'
Find out more: www.downs-syndrome.org.uk/product/lots-of-socks-socks-2020/
Order a campaign pack here: www.downs-syndrome.org.uk/support-us/order-a-fundraising-pack/
Down’s Syndrome resources
Makaton is a unique language programme that uses symbols, signs and speech to enable people to communicate. It supports the development of essential communication skills such as attention and listening, comprehension, memory, recall and organisation of language and expression.
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LETS Go - Language Education Training Speech
LETS Go! provides specialist consultancy services for children with Down syndrome. We offer Down syndrome specific training, information, support and services for families, educati
Developing literacy skills PDF
Differentiating the curriculum PDF
Learning profile PDF
Social and behaviour PDF
Speech, language and communication PDF
All Party Parliamentary Group: Good practice guidelines for education PDF
Development of Self-help, language, and academic skills in persons with Down Syndrome PDF - by Gert de Graaf and Eric de Graaf