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Background: Our group started to get going formally following meetings of our 3-21 Saturday Club which we started as a trial in April 2012. Now firmly established, this club is a Saturday morning gathering for all members of the family what ever their age. So far most of the families attending the group have younger children, but everyone is very welcome. It's a very informal gathering with at bit of singing and signing, refreshments, kids play things and other families to chat to. Please get in touch if you would like to know more.

Like to join? We have an email contacts list through which we send out information about "What's on" and our monthly newsletters. Please get in touch if you want to be added.

York Down Syndrome Parents' Group aims:

  • To create and develop the conditions which will enable our children with Down Syndrome to attain their full potential.
  • To offer information, advice and support for people with Down Syndrome and their families, helpers and carers in the York area.
  • To organise local club meetings, training, social and fund-raising events to further these aims.
  • To encourage or facilitate appropriate and specialist local provision of therapy, health, education and social care services.
  • To publicise relevant events and training amongst our members, the local community and professionals.
  • To promote training and support for all who work with our children.
  • To develop positive links and facilitate relationships with relevant local voluntary groups and statutory sector organisations.
  • To promote positive images, perceptions and behaviour with respect to our children amongst the wider local community.
  • To support the development of high quality, robust research about all aspects of Down Syndrome.
  • To undertake any other charitable activities in connection with Down Syndrome in the York area of England.

 


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