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(08) 6253 4752

Supporting Western Australian families since 1986. Our purpose is supporting people with Down syndrome to achieve their goals. Down Syndrome WA are NDIS Registered Providers.

  • Respecting rights, equality of opportunity and inclusion
  • Building capacity, participation and possibilities


We provide support and information to people with Down syndrome, their families, and to those in the community who support them. We work to empower people with Down syndrome and their families to achieve their goals and we work to represent their needs to the community, promote positive attitudes and create opportunities for full inclusion and participation.

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Down Syndrome WA has developed a number of resources on pre-planning and self-management to help you with your NDIS plan.

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🌟Do you have a student with Down syndrome starting in your class this year?

🌟Would you like to learn how to best support your student? 

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✨ Educating the Student with Down syndrome- Professional Learning 2022 ✨

Professional Learning day for Teachers, Education Assistants and Administrators from all education institutions, who teach students with Down syndrome. 

DSWA staff will be joined by guest presenters who are specialists in the areas of 
- Classroom adaptations
- Pre-reading and Pre-numeracy
- Boundary setting and protective behaviours 
- Understanding behaviour and classroom and playground management 
- IEP’s 

Face-to -face and online live streaming event options available


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West Coast Fury Cheerleading are starting a CheerAbility Program.
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We offer a FREE 15-minute consultation with a therapist, should a parent wants to know if their child needs Occupational Therapy or Speech and Language Therapy. Booking is essential. Please call 08 6155-6955 Unit 1 895a Beauford Street Inglewood.

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Address: Down Syndrome WA, 32 Burton St, CANNINGTON WA 6107

Phone: (08) 6253 4752


Office Hours:
Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 4:00pm.
Saturday, Sunday & Public holidays: Closed

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