Welcome to the Cornwall Down's Syndrome Support Group's Websitea charity run by families affected by Down's syndrome living in Cornwall.
What we do
We offer families a chance to meet, socialise and share information, friendship and support. During the year we organise many fun days out and trips away as well as our annual winter party.
Our new parent support team warmly welcomes parents with a recent diagnosis.
Membership is free and we hold regular drop in sessions around the county where we can signpost our members to services that may be beneficial in an informal setting with entertainment for the children provided.
If you are interested in becoming a member, download a form today.
These groups provide an ideal opportunity for families to meet with others, chat, share experiences and information whilst the children play.
We run 2 groups “Looking Up” aimed at 0 – 5 year olds and “Moving Forward” for children age 5+ (all families welcome).
LATEST NEWS …
CDSSG have been chosen as local charity of the year 2016/2017 by Marks & Spencer’s in Hayle.
Thanks to the kind nomination by Kylie Robinson’s mum 🙂 A big thanks goes to the Robinsons from CDSSG!!!!! Kimberley Milnes-Barker has volunteered to co-ordinate this project with the ad hoc support of Amy Wynn and myself so another big thanks to Kim & Amy...read more
New Facebook Page opened up for PA’s and TA’s
We have set up a facebook group called PA and TA network for children with Down’s syndrome for any person who works with our children as a safe space for them to exchange ideas and for them to give and receive support. Please let your PA’s and TA’s...read more
Looking Up Book “Starting School” gets the go ahead!
We at Looking Up Book HQ are thrilled to announce that the second book in the Looking Up book series is about to be created!! Our next book will follow the simple yet powerful Looking Up format of pictorial journeys of children with Down’s syndrome but this time...read more
We would like to say a big happy World Down’s Syndrome Day to all of our members for 2016. Many of you are joining in and wearing odd socks to mark this day aimed at raising awareness of Down’s...read more