Down syndrome does not define our children

Mums (left to right), Suzanne O’Brien, Sarah King, Marcella Granada and Lynn Martin – explain the vital importance of support groups for families when faced with a shock diagnosis, and why the new Down Syndrome Dublin parent and toddler support group for children with Down syndrome is so important.

The parents recall the births of their children, the initial shocks and emotions that came with having a child with Down syndrome. And how they began there journey with help and support from groups and charity organisations.

Read the full story here on the Irish Independent website.

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