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DSWA – Pathways to Independence Workshops

Down Syndrome Australia (DSA) the national peak body for Down Syndrome is co-ordinating the Pathways to Independence Project which includes the delivery of workshops by States and Territories to support family members to develop skills and learn more about helping person with Down Syndrome to be more independent. Down Syndrome… Read More

DSWA Gala Dinner!

Less than 9 weeks until the DSWA Gala Dinner! Please see below for details: Win! Pay for your tickets before the 1st of July, to be in the draw to win a double pass to a VenuesWest event of your choice. Volunteers will be available at the event to assist… Read More

DSWA Office Renovations

DSWA’s office is under renovations from 28th June until the 12th of July.  All staff will be working from home and contactable within their working hours. For general enquires – office@downsyndromewa.org.au Margaret EO – margaret@downsyndromewa.org.auNikki,  New parent support – nikki@downsyndromewa.org.au  or 0480 311 739… Read More

WA Newsletter 28 May 2021

Our eNews is out! Read about the latest Down Syndrome WA events and updates here. You can read our eNews online here.   Read our newsletter… Read More

WA Newsletter 16 April 2021

Our eNews is out! Read about the latest Down Syndrome WA events and updates here. You can read our eNews online here. Our eNews is out! Read about the latest Down Syndrome WA events and updates here. You can read our eNews online here. Read… Read More

Ask About Down syndrome App

The Ask About Down Syndrome App is available now. This app is a continuation of Community Inclusion Toolkit  that DSA launched in 2018 to support and promote inclusion across employment, education, health and community and sporting groups. For more information, including how to download the app, please… Read More

WA Newsletter February 2021

Our eNews is out! Read about the latest Down Syndrome WA events and updates here. You can read our eNews online here. Read our latest Newsletter online… Read More

Day 10: Anna

Anna loves her local community in Western Australia. Whether she's working in her job as a mailroom assistant, going to Capoeira, or swimming with the Superfins swim club, if Anna is around people, she always has a smile on her face. Read More

Day 4: Brooke

Brooke is from Western Australia has always loved being an active member of her community. Brooke is also a member of the Down Syndrome Advisory Network. She shares why working and volunteering are so important. Read More

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