50 families with persons with Down syndrome participated in the Workshop held at Ahmadabad. ...
The Down Syndrome Federation of India would like to break the myths associated with Down syndrome and help make people more aware about it and help break various taboos related to this condition...
For those who make a difference to the World of Down syndrome
The most important thing that is on every parents’ mind is the financial security for both themselves and their children. And if the child is one with special needs then the worries increase manifold.
A WhatsApp group named “Delhi Trisomy 21” managed by Ranjan Sharma, 50, a professional photographer, is no less than a beacon of hope for parents, whose children are diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
When Babli was born with Down syndrome, her parents were told that she had no future.A diagnosis, mother Dr Surekha Ramachandran simply refused to accept.
Technology can help in breaking barriers and creating awareness about disabilities. Awareness is vital to dispel the social stigma about people with disabilities and their conditions.
There are people who redefine confidence. Alan Joseph a person with Down syndrome here talks to inspire
Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar was the epitome of grace and beauty when she walked alongside a person with Down syndrome at an event in Brazil. Her walking with this person only helped spread more awareness about Down syndrome which is the most common and least understood genetic condition in the world.
BRAVURA Young is an initiative to celebrate courage and talent among kids and pre-teens as well as to create awareness about Down Syndrome. Under this fashion-cum-talent pageant, boys and girls of age 5 to 14 years will be encouraged to come out of their shell and showcase their inner bound confidence in front of the world through several rounds.
The headquarters of the Greater Chennai Corporation - the iconic Ripon Building was lit up on the occasion of the World Down Syndrome Day.
"Dr. Surekha Ramachandran created history when she spoke about "Genetic Culling" of persons with disability that exists in the world with special emphasis on Down syndrome.
Dear Dr. Rekha, Greetings! I thank you for all you have given us for our cause, a never forgettable memories at the get together at your place. I carried with me great new ideas, experience and learned how to move to achieve the ultimate goal which one can learn only in such gatherings with interaction. Read more
Dear Sandhya, Thank u very much for all the hospitality shown towards us. We had a memorable evening with all of u. Congrats to Mathru Mandir and all of u , I know u all would have taken a lot of trouble to make this big day happen. Read more
It was our one of the best decision to visit at your center. Thank you very much for your hospitality and positive response towards us. We were in great dilemma when our daughter Tanvi was diagnosed with Down syndrome. Read more