Information & Links

Information & Links

The Nottinghamshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group was set up by parents of children with Down’s Syndrome in 2002, to provide peer support and information for families and carers, within Nottinghamshire and the surrounding areas.  Today we are a registered charity, providing a wide range of support to over 200 families.

The Local Offer brings together useful information across education, health and social care within one website where you can find information, advice and guidance and a range of provider services listed who support children and young people with SEND.

A  Nottingham-based service that aims to support children with movement, mobility or genetic conditions and their families through the principles and practice of Conductive Education, a holistic method that views the ‘whole child’. We teach children with disabilities practical skills that can help develop their independence and prepare them for the future.

We’re a small friendly music club for young children who need extra help with social and communication skills.
We provide regular music groups for children who have communication difficulties, with their parents or carers. We’re currently running face to face interactive sessions.

The Down’s Syndrome Association is a British charity which describes itself as being the only organisation in the United Kingdom that focuses solely on all aspects of living successfully with Down’s syndrome.

Positive about Down syndrome provides information and support to new and expectant parents of a little one with Down syndrome. We have amazing online support for our families, we know how important it is for them to have access to accurate contemporary information. 

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We are trying to achieve a world where negative outdated perceptions of Down syndrome are a thing of the past. We do this by creating and promoting projects designed to directly challenge outdated perceptions. .

The MCC team share a passion for raising awareness, amplifying the diverse range of voices within the community and offer a platform to any individual and organisation that seeks to share a story, highlight an issue or raise a campaign about any aspect of living with Down syndrome.

We are a group of over 17,000 people with Down’s syndrome, their families and supporters who are actively working to build a United Kingdom (UK) where people with Down’s syndrome are equally valued and have an equal chance of being born.