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DSi upcoming conferences
Thursday, 01 September 2016
Supporting Children with Down Syndrome: Conference for SNA’s Date: Saturday 17th of...
Powerbike Fundraiser
Wednesday, 03 August 2016
If you are free or know someone who is, to give an hour on a powerbike (fundraiser for...
Tour De Munster - One Families Story
Tuesday, 02 August 2016
Ahead of a fundraising cycle for Down Syndrome Ireland, ELLIE O’BYRNE talks to a...
Dealing with Transition and Stress
Monday, 18 April 2016
Dealing with Transition & Stress Issues ilike transitioning to a new school, home,...
Group Toddler music therapy
Friday, 15 April 2016
Our group toddler music therapy continues to be a big hit amongst our toddlers. We would...






Speech and Language Tips

Involve your child in food preparation, such as making a sandwich, to encourage recall and sequence. Ask your child to get some of the items needed and talk through the steps. You could take a few photos to recall the sequence and review what happened.

Chairperson Message of The Month

For my second and last message to you all, if you have been on holidays I hope you had a good time and enjoyed yourselves and if you are still looking forward to sometime off, have a good time and stay safe.

I would like to welcome Claire Walsh, on board, as a temporary replacement for Breeda.

The next big event we have to look forward to is the Tour de Munster BBQ on Thursday August 6. You will have received your invitation by this stage, via e-mail and post. Please make a big effort to come along and meet all the cyclists who are doing this cycle for all our members in Munster. Claire needs to know how many people we will be catering for, so please let her know as soon as possible if you are going attend.  Looking forward to having a big turn out for the occasion and hopefully I'll see you there

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