(Formerly the Down's Syndrome Association London Branch,
Affiliation to the Down's Syndrome Association applied for).
STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE PRIMARILY A SUPPORT SERVICE FOR PARENTS IN LONDON, SO PLEASE FOLLOW OUR "LINKS TO OTHER DOWN'S SYNDROME SITES AND INFORMATION" BELOW FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT DOWN'S SYNDROME
The Down's Syndrome Association London Branch was formed in June 2000 to try to meet the needs of a number of young children with Down's Syndrome and their families. Along with most other DSA branches we have now become a separate entity as requested by the DSA in 2002. This will enable us to fundraise from sponsors who do not give to branches of national charities and handle our own financial affairs. If you are interested in helping us please contact us.
The postal address is; 6 Cranbourne Road, Muswell Hill, London N10 2BT
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The London Support Group just picked up a top award.
it's like to be a dad of
a child with Down's syndrome,
a film with Richard Davis, Hon Sec.
of Down's Syndrome London Support
for the NHS Direct web site,
shown during Awareness Week 2008
|An interview with Iranian TV channel Monoto TV.
The first two minutes are in the Farsi language and
after that it is all in English.
DIGIT Dance and Social Group
"This is a beautifully presented little book which will be welcome on the shelves and coffee tables of homes and schools. A charming observation of a child who "just happens to have Down's syndrome".
A useful tool to aid inclusion and promote understanding".
at Waterstones, with a donation facility to DownsEd Trust
available on Amazon.com
A Photography exhibition was shown at Sir John Cass Dept of Art Media & Design, London during awareness week and also at the OXO Tower Gallery, South Bank, London.
Photographers include Richard & Fiona Bailey, Aviv Yaron & Fiona Field, Katye Brimacombe, Richard Davis and Maria de Fatima Campos
The exhibition is entitled "Shifting Perspectives" and shows work by seven London photographers whose children have Down's syndrome. This work offers alternative representations of both adults and children with Down's syndrome and challenges conventional attitudes and prejudices.
The web site
If you would like to contact us please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Hon. Secretary: Richard Davis 020 8815 0070
postal address is;
6 Cranbourne Road,
London N10 2BT
The Branch is building a database of facilities for people with Down's Syndrome that could be accessed on line.
We need IT experts who can help us with this.
We are also arranging for specialist Occupational Therapy to be available free at the point of service.
If you would like to help us with these projects and our general work of informing new parents about Down's syndrome you can make a donation now. Thank you.
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Our first members: Left to right; Darrell, Nathan, Hannah, Jennifer, Sam, Victoria and Edward.
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