by Hayley Newman at Downs Side Up Hayley Newman tells us why she and her daughter Mia self-published their book I Love You Natty and how the close relationship between the girls inspired this firm favourite with parents and children everywhere. See more from Hayley @downssideup on social media or on her blog Downs Side Read more about Special Sisters’ Bond Inspires ‘I Love You Natty’ Book[…]
Written by Jennifer Lynn Hey, It’s October 1st, 2020. It’s starting to feel like Autumn. It’s a Thursday and you are stuck in the house again because of Covid. It’s also ROCKtober, but you don’t really know what that means yet. Today is when your journey begins. The day you will remember for the rest Read more about Letter to myself – 1 year ago[…]
Liz Arriens Me: “I think Coraline’s bored.” My mum: “I don’t think she’s bored; I think you’re bored.” Me: “I feel like maybe she needs different books with musical buttons.” Mum: “I think she likes the buttons in the books she has. You know the main thing she likes is to be with you.” This Read more about Ways we have grown this month: There’s no rush[…]
Wouldn’t Change A Thing are proud to support the campaign by the National Down Syndrome Policy Group to introduce The Down Syndrome Bill. Together, we have the opportunity to effect real change for our community! Take a read about what they are trying to achieve and how you can help below. The Down Syndrome Bill Read more about The Down Syndrome Bill – a chance for positive change[…]
In honour of Jamie and Rebecca receiving a Pride of Britain award, we asked some of our WCAT family their memories of the 50 Mums video and what it meant to them. This is my Daughter Elodie, who has Down syndrome, 16p Duplication, Autism, ADHD and a Visual Impairment. She is non verbal and doesn’t Read more about Memories of 50 Mums[…]
Welcome to ‘A Day In The Life!
What is it like having someone in your life with Down syndrome? What is it like having Down syndrome?