Services for people with Down syndrome
Many people who have Down syndrome are now living more independent lives with valued roles, employment, inclusion in sporting activities, clubs, and other recreation, meaningful friendships and relationships. Our state and territory associations offer a range of services and social opportunities for youth and adults with Down syndrome.
Here are some of the services that our state and territory associations offer people with Down syndrome.
- Community outings and social events
- Clubs and peer support
- Information about life after school, employment, accomodation and ageing
- Managing independence and adult life
- Workshops and skills training
- Getting involved in advocacy
- Referral to other services
- Membership with your local association
Our national 1300 number (1300 881 935) will connect you to your local state or territory Down syndrome support organisation. The staff can help you find information and answer your questions about services for people with Down syndrome.
Find out more about services in your area
You can also visit your local state or territory association page for information about services and supports in your area