Supporting children and adults with Down’s Syndrome and their families in North East Lincolnshire. Charity Number 1154260
Welcome to the North East Lincolnshire Down's Syndrome Family Support Group. We are a voluntary, parent led charity who support children and adults with Down's Syndrome and their families living in Grimsby, Cleethorpes and the wider North East Lincolnshire area. We are affiliated to the national Down's Syndrome Association and aim to offer the following:
If you would like more information, would like to volunteer or can help us with funding then please Get in touch.
Affiliated to the Down's Syndrome Association
To all individuals, organisations and companies who have supported us or are considering supporting us we would like to express how grateful we all are. We are a voluntary, parent-led support group and 100% of all money raised and donated helps support local families living with Down's Syndrome.
Your generous financial donations make such a difference to the lives of our children and they are immensely appreciated.
If you are thinking of holding an event, taking on a challenge or doing something crazy and you would like to fundraise for our group then you can download our sponsorship form below:
Welcome to our Communication Group!
The Communication Group aims to support children with Down's Syndrome and their families. Parents, grandparents, carers, friends and their children meet bi-weekly at:
Scartho Children's Centre
(in the grounds of Fairfield Academy)
on every other Wednesday afternoon between 12:30pm and 2:30pm during school term time.
It is a place:
Our aim is to develop the skills our children will need to become fully integrated members of society.
We would like to develop the group by further extending current activities, which are based on an understanding of the specific learning profile of children with Down's Syndrome, to ease the childrens' transition into school. By focussing on signing, language development, reading, numeracy and social interaction, the children can learn effectively, going on to read, write and access the rest of the school curriculum. Accessing suitable training and current knowledge of the child's attainment would be an essential part of aiding their smooth transition into pre-school and full time mainstream settings.