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Dont Be Sorry World Downs Syndrome Day 2018

asking people to wear mismatched/bright socks for psds - providing support for children with down syndrome and their families because they have been an incredible support for Oscar

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  • Event: World Downs Syndrome Day 2018, 21 Mar 2018

psds - providing support for children with down syndrome and their families

psds provides support for children with down syndrome and their families. We provide a network of support, friendship, advice and expertise. This benefits not only our children with down syndrome, but also their siblings, ourselves as parents and all family members. Down syndrome is part of who our children are not what they are.

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We would absolutely love it if on Wednesday 21st March (that’s this Wednesday) you’d wear multicoloured/lots of socks in honour of WORLD DOWNS SYNDROME DAY 2018. 

A lot of people said they’d been too late to purchase the official pairs of socks from the DSA so we thought, it you haven’t managed to get yourselves a pair this year, why not just wear a pair of your own but make a donation to Oscars chosen charity - PSDS (Providing Support for children with Down Syndrome and their families) 

Oscar has and continues to benefit greatly from all PSDS do for him. We know how fond you are of Oscar so thought, how brilliant it would be if we could raise a little bit for this fabulous charity in his name.

Even if it was just a pound or two. I know it would be hugely appreciated 

Why are we wearing lots of brightly coloured socks? Because socks look like chromosomes and people who happen to have Downs Syndrome have an extra chromosome! 

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