• 2019:
  • All our Volunteers!,
  • Rusal Aughinish Alumnia Ltd.,
  • Kate Young & Cora Byrnes,
  • Milford NS,
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace NS,
  • Le Cheile NS,

Thinking Toys Demo

Aine from Thinking Toys in Killaloe will host a Drop In Demonstration evening in DSL on Wednesday December 5th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

She will have an expansive array of toys among which you are sure to find the perfect Christmas gift.

While you won't be able to buy on the night you will be able to order. With Thinking Toys just up the road in Killaloe delivery will be quick and easy.

Please feel free to drop in anytime between 7pm and 9pm to view the fantastic toys and equipment that Thinking Toys have to offer. You will also have Aine there to show you options and you can ask any questions you may have.

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

Hello, my name is Paudie Murray and I am husband to Aoife and father to Rachael, Ciara and Hannah. Hannah who has Down syndrome is approaching her fourth birthday and is currently attending pre-school. Hannah is a unique individual with her own personality, family background and preferences that make her who she is. She is our child, our daughter, our sister but ultimately she is herself. Previous to Hannah’s birth we had little knowledge of the difficulties for people with Down Syndrome and their families. However, neither did we realise how rewarding it would be to parent a child with Down Syndrome. Hannah brings more joy and happiness to our family than anyone could ever imagine and we have learned so much already from her.

At Down Syndrome Limerick we are dedicated to being a primary source of information and support to people with Down syndrome and their families working towards an improved quality of life for our members and a respect for and acceptance of people with Down syndrome as valued members of our society. We place the person with Down syndrome at the centre of our organization and we value the uniqueness and diverse needs of our members and their families which govern all our activities.

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