You can stay up-to-date with what is happening around the country and hear from experts across a variety of fields, but most importantly, you will read stories from people with Down syndrome about the issues that are important to them. Find out more about Voice on the dedicated Voice website
Each issue of Voice has a theme so that we can fully explore issues important to people with Down syndrome including current research, new innovations, and book and product reviews.
While families make up the bulk of our readership, the content is important and relevant to the wider community, particularly community groups, health and education professionals, and potential employers.
A main focus of Voice is to provide opportunities for people with Down syndrome to tell their own stories in their own way. We publish stories in a variety of formats including hand-written submissions, interviews, dictations and video submissions on our website. If you have something to say, we will help you say it.
Visit the Voice website
- The new Voice website offers some of our favourite articles from the print journal in pdf, word or Easy Read format. Plus, you can find lots of bonus content from the print articles like videos, links to further reading, and photo galleries.
- You can also share your story with the editor if you would like to be published in Voice.
- Voice articles are also found in our Resource Hub on this website.
Contact the Editor
You can contact the managing editor at email@example.com with questions about the magazine. You can also contact the editor if you want to share a story or article idea.
Subscription to Voice is free of charge. The easiest way to subscribe is online here.