11 February, 2018 - We are pleased to announce the launch of our sixth online course. This course is designed to help parents and professionals to implement effective strategies to change problem behaviours.
New online course now available: Improving speech and language development for children and young people with Down syndrome
10 January, 2018 - This new online course provides in-depth guidance on evidence-based speech and language therapy, offering practical recommendations and strategies based on a detailed review of the scientific research into speech, language and working memory development for children and young people with Down syndrome.
20 October, 2017 - Children with Down syndrome, aged three or four, receiving government-funded early years education services can benefit from two new funding initiatives that aim to improve support for children with special education needs.
19 May, 2017 - Registration for the this year's Down Syndrome Research Forum is now open.
New online training course - Implementing the Reading and Language Intervention for children with Down syndrome (RLI)
7 February, 2017 - DSE has launched its third online course, supporting implementation of the Reading and Language Intervention for children with Down syndrome (RLI).
New online training course launched - Supporting early development for children with Down syndrome from birth to 5 years
4 November, 2016 - DSE has launched a second online course, focused on development from birth and early intervention through the preschool years. The course looks at many aspects of early development, including play, cognition, speech, language, number and motor skills.
New study offers new insights into population trends of people with Down syndrome living in the US over 60 years
8 September, 2016 - A new study, published today in Genetics in Medicine, provides the first estimates of the numbers of people with Down syndrome living with Down syndrome in the USA from 1950 to 2010, together with the first analysis of the trends in ethnic groups. Using multiple data sources and validated estimation techniques, the study estimates the population of people with Down syndrome living in the US to be significantly lower than previously thought.
24 July, 2016 - DSE’s Director of Science and Research, Professor Sue Buckley OBE, has been presented with the National Down Syndrome Congress’ Education Award for her work improving education for children with Down syndrome.