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Inclusive Education Information Session

Join us for our free Inclusive Education Information Session Date: Monday 8 March 10:30 am – 12.00 pm (via zoom)  This session is ideal for parents of children with Down syndrome starting primary school, and for those who are already in primary school. Joining us is Dr Rhonda Faragher, Associate… Read More

Transition to School Information Session

Join us for our free Transition to School Information Session  Date: Thursday 18 March 10.30 am – 12.00 pm (via zoom)  Starting school is a big transition. There are lots of things to consider for your child and your family. Being well informed is important. This Information Session… Read More

Day 13: Rohan

42-year-old Rohan Fullwood worked at McDonalds for almost 20 years before deciding to retire last year. Now he has an exciting new job he is looking forward to starting. Read More

Day 20: Jason

Jason had worked at a big fast-food chain in Sydney’s eastern suburbs for five years when COVID-19 changed everything. Not only did they have to stop work for a little while, all of Jason’s social activities stopped too. Fortunately, he still got to keep his job, just some of the tasks changed. Jason shares his story for World Down Syndrome Day 2021. Read More

Day 18: Olivia

Olivia Sidhu from Sydney has a bright outlook for her future. She is working hard to achieve her goals and wants to make a positive difference to her community. Read More

Day 16: Adam

Adam says triplets, like any type of relationship, are just the same. He says what makes the relationship with his brothers extra special is that he has Down syndrome. Read More

Day 15: Ellen

Ellen Maher works as an office assistant for Coates Hire at their head office in Mascot. Over two and a half years she has learnt a range of new skills and has become a valuable member of the team. Read More

Day 9: Sam

22-year-old Sam Stubbs is well known in his local community of Jervis Bay, working at two different jobs and volunteering at the Bombers Footy Club. Sam shares why working is so important for young people to learn new skills and become more independent. Read More

Day 1: Aden

Aden Clarke has been a member of the North Cronulla Surf Club since he was 5 years old. He shares how he has stayed connected to his community through the club. Read More

Day 5: Sophie

Sophie has always been involved in the sporting community. When the pandemic hit, many of the groups she was involved with had to stop. Sophie shares how she stayed fit and connected. Read More

Early Years Info Session for parents of children aged 0-5

  Join us for our free Early Years Information Session for parents of children aged 0-5 years. Date: Tuesday 23 February 10.30 am – 12.00 pm (via zoom)  This casual yet informative session will be a great opportunity for you to connect with other parents, learn more about Down syndrome… Read More

Up Up & Away Liverpool – Basketball Skills

We are excited to announce that our face to face sessions for Up Up & Away will resume in February. Our first session will be a Basketball Skills session on Saturday 20 February for Kids & Teens (4 -17) with Down syndrome and their siblings. The session will run… Read More

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