World Down Syndrome Day is annually observed on March 21 to raise public awareness of Down syndrome, a congenital disorder caused by having an extra 21st chromosome.When is International Down syndrome day?
World Down Syndrome Day – annually on March 21 st – is officially ratified by the United Nations. It allows communities around the world to recognize and celebrate contributions from people with Down syndrome. World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) is Saturday March 21, 2020.What is Down syndrome awareness?
Down Syndrome Awareness Month seeks to break down barriers and focus on promoting advocacy for people with Down syndrome. For generations, when someone was born with Down Syndrome, it was often deemed a sad event. However more and more, perspectives are changing.What is national Down syndrome?
The National Down Syndrome Congress (“NDSC”) provides information, advocacy and support for all aspects of the lives of individuals with Down syndrome. The organization was formed in 1973 and works to ensure equal rights and opportunities for people with Down syndrome, promotes education, provides public policy leadership, and encourages research.