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Welcome to the World Down Syndrome Day Twitter page. Join our cause to create a single global voice for people with Down syndrome on 21 March every year!
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World DS Day 10h
Another great sock design from Carla, ribbons to represent the double helix of DNA. Could you design the official for WDSD 2020. Read more here: …/calling-for-lotsofsocks-2020-ideas
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World DS Day Jul 18
We have some wonderful sock designs coming in, including this design from Mark Jones. Could you design the official for WDSD 2020. Read more here:
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World DS Day Jul 18
Well done to everyone involved in this event, great to see this kind of impact.
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World DS Day Jul 18
Congratulations George, what an inspiration
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World DS Day Jul 15
Each year DSi creates a new official design and our socks are sold around the world to raise awareness. We would love to see your ideas for the official socks of WDSD 2020. Read more here:
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World DS Day Jul 8
A heart-warming story to start the week
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#wouldntchangeathing Jun 15
This Father’s Day, decided to show how it’s done! They wanted to show that, just like the mums, they about their children. Have a look to see the adventure that they went on in their quest to "one-up" the mums!
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World DS Day May 30
Take a look at this lovely project, you can submit a vote to have this film made
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Down's Syndrome Association May 28
Our Tell It Right® Information Pack includes information for parents and families as well as guides for antenatal, neonatal and postnatal medical professionals...and it's all available FREE to download from our website via the link below.
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Down Syndrome International May 26
Cátia Malaquias, Co-founder and Adviser, All Means All, Founder and Director, Starting With Julius, Board Director, Down Syndrome Australia, spoke about Education at the WDSD Conference at United Nations New York on 21 March 2019
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Down Syndrome International May 29
The work that we do relies on the generosity of our supporters If you would like to support us then there is lots of support for you on our website:
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Down Syndrome International May 29
Dr. Rhonda Faragher, Director of the Down Syndrome Research Program at and Trustee of spoke about DSi's International Education Guidelines at the WDSD Conference at United Nations New York on 21 March 2019
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Special Olympics May 29
Watching 24 women from Saudi Arabia compete outside their own country was once unthinkable. On today's 50 Game Changers, see how the women of our movement are leading a cultural transformation of inclusion & equality ➡ .
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Makaton with Lucinda 💗 May 29
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Something Special May 23
Are you shell-ebrating ? 🐢 Did you know turtles have been on earth for around 220 million years?
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Down Syndrome International May 21
Gillian Bird, Services Director, Down’s Syndrome Association (UK), spoke about Education at the WDSD Conference at United Nations New York on 21 March 2019
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Makaton with Lucinda 💗 May 22
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Down Syndrome International May 20
Rodrigo Hübner Mendes, Founder and CEO of the Rodrigo Mendes Institute, spoke about Education at the WDSD Conference at United Nations New York on 21 March 2019
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Down Syndrome International May 22
Marco M. Muñoz, Senior Director at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, spoke about Education at the WDSD Conference at United Nations New York on 21 March 2019
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Down Syndrome International May 22
There are many ways that you can volunteer within the Down syndrome community, from helping with an event at your local group to professional and technical support at international organisations. All support is very gratefully received. Read more here:
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