Click below for more information from other agencies 

Down Syndrome Education International (DownsEd)
Research and education.

Down Syndrome Association
Support, information and training.

Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group (DSMIG)
Health information.

Family Information Service Hub (FISH)
East Riding local government site.

Something Special (CBeebies)
BBC childrens show incorporating Makaton signing and the fabulous Mr Tumble!

Postive About Down Syndrome
Lots of real life stories written by parents with various experiences associated with Down Syndrome.

Down Syndrome Scotland
Another source of information and advice.

Children's Heart Federation
Information and advice about heart conditions.

Down's Heart Group
Support and information related to heart conditions associated with Down Syndrome.

Singing Hands
Learning signing through singing.

The Specials
A docu-soap about young adults with Down Syndrome.

Family Fund
The Family Fund helps families with severely disabled or seriously ill children and young people aged 17 and under to have choices and the opportunity to enjoy ordinary life.

Echoes Foundation
The Echoes Foundation is a new charity in Hull and with the support of parents, local businesses and grants we aim to open a multi-purpose dedicated therapy centre for all children in Hull, East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire with special and additional needs.


Anya and her Mummy

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Summer/Autumn Term Dates

Sept 8th 15th 22nd 29th
Oct 6th 13th 20th 27th

3rd November (Half Term) - NO GROUP

Nov 10th 17th 24th       
Dec 1st 8th 15th  

**Please let your group leader know if you are unable to attend a session:

Danielle: 07849 785221

Sam: 07984 166509

Jill: 07873 134958

Laura: 07545 379277

Heather: 07733 472143


Friday Visitors

We regularly have visitors to our Friday sessions, whether they be healthcare professionals, friends from the community or old faces returning to have a catch up with us. We are pleased to announce the following visitors in the coming weeks and months

Health Visitor

Vicky Ingram (Physiotherapist) Friday 29th September