Clinical Frailty Scale & COVID-19, and a letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock
The DSA has written to Matt Hancock, please see the Tweet below.
We have written to @MattHancock & asked for reassurance & clarification for our members. For people worried about how @NICEComms guidance about critical care interventions may be interpreted for their loved ones who have Down’s syndrome, please see below. https://t.co/L4p9BUG2nX
— Down’s Syndrome Association (@DSAInfo) March 25, 2020
We will put further updates on here and on our Parents/Carers Facebook page and via Twitter.
If people have any specific concerns they can also either contact The Down Syndrome Association direct or contact us.
More News & Media
05 April 2020
Our online dance sessions via YouTube and Facebook have been really well received and we’re really grateful to everyone who has joined in or helped to spread the word about these sessions!
19 March 2020
Considering recent developments and guidelines provided by the Government, to protect our Members we have decided to suspend the charities programme for the time being.
18 March 2020
DSE21 are pleased to hear about a group that has recently started in the Colchester area for families with young children.
06 April 2019
On the 6th April 2019 DSE21 held an bike riding session at Just Ride Southend. Just Ride are a charity who specialise in inclusive bike riding using a running track to give people with disabilities the opportunity to experience bike riding in a safe and secure environment.Event Video
30 September 2017
A big thank you to Ruby Tibbs and her friends Maisie Harrison and Katie Johnson who ran a second hand handbag stall at the Rise Park fun day to celebrate its 80th anniversary.
30 September 2017
Come along to one of our events from 10.00am-12.30pm where you can meet with teams such as the Statutory Assessment Service, SEND Information, Advice & Support service and Children with Disabilities team.