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Our Mission Statement

We aim to provide information, support and friendship to people with Down syndrome and their families in Galway City and County, working towards an improved quality of life with respect and acceptance of people with Down syndrome as valued members of their community.

We recognise the importance of early intervention and developing communication ability.

We aim to create opportunities for social and personal inclusion and integration across the age spectrum

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WLAC cycle event – 23rd April

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Voices for Down Syndrome Galway shared Galway Running News & Events Community's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Inishbofin Half Marathon and 10K for sharing their new poster 🙂 Entry open here: www.runireland.com/events/inishbofin-half-marathon-10k-1

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WLAC updates.....

Eoghan Clifford gave an inspiring talk on Thursday night. I gained a whole new respect for the level of competition at the Paralympics and the level of dedication it takes to even qualify. Eoghan also talked candidly about dealing with his own disability and also talked about learning to bounce back from defeats in sport. When competing in mutiple events at the Paralympics you have to make sure you can put one disappointment so that you can bounce back and win a couple of days later.
The pictures show a Rio gold medal next to a WLAC finisher medal and also Eoghan, a rio gold medal winner, next to Brian, Niall,Mick, Mickie, and John daly, WLAC finishers or committee members !
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Eoghan Clifford gave an inspiring talk on Thursday night. I gained a whole new respect for the level of competition at the Paralympics and the level of dedication it takes to even qualify. Eoghan also talked candidly about dealing with his own disability and also talked about learning to bounce back from defeats in sport. When competing in mutiple events at the Paralympics you have to make sure you can put one disappointment so that you can bounce back and win a couple of days later. The pictures show a Rio gold medal next to a WLAC finisher medal and also Eoghan, a rio gold medal winner, next to Brian, Niall,Mick, Mickie, and John daly, WLAC finishers or committee members !

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Big thanks to all who helped at our Dunnes Stores Bag Pack on Saturday, which raised an amazing €3,780. Thanks to all who donated so generously. ... See MoreSee Less

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