Together 21 provides a wide range of fun learning activities to help children and young people, aged 0 – 17 with Down Syndrome to develop key skills.
The activities provide the opportunity to build friendships within peer groups as well as support their development in reaching their full potential. This is a chance for parents to get to know each other, providing a vital friendship and peer support network for families.
As the service provides training sessions for parents and their wider family throughout the year.
Our service also works hard to raise awareness and promote positive perceptions about Down syndrome within mainstream schools, local communities and the workplace.
Our sessions are relaxed and the children have a lot of fun. Parents/carers and children learn together, gaining support and understanding from shared experiences with our small, dedicated and experienced team. Several of the team are parents of children with Down Syndrome.