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Monday, June 18th 2018

World Down's Syndrome Congress

The World Down’s Syndrome congress is being held in Glasgow this July.  It's the first time in 32 years that it's been in the UK and will be a chance for families from around the world to come together. Professionals with a special interest in the education of people with Down&rsq... Full Story...
Tuesday, June 12th 2018

Scottish Government Families Consultation

The Scottish Governments resource, ‘Supporting Disabled Children, Young People and Their Families” is now open for consultation; closing on 6th September 2018.   They are keen to ensure your voice is heard to ensure that the response is comprehensive and can influence the deve... Full Story...
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