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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BIKE-2-BOFIN 2019 – 12th Oct

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What sport will you watch this weekend? Sign with Lámh, follow the hashtag #SportsLámhSigns and see sports signs for BALL, KICK, MATCH, GOAL, GO, GOOD demos by #Lámh Tutors &
⚽️#gaabelong #DreamBig SEE https://t.co/Tw34Rwm5tt Sports Poster to help your signing.

The @NUIGCDLP is running a one-day seminar for people with disabilities, families and allies, to learn about the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. It is being held on the 12th of September 2019. For more info click on this link here https://t.co/56Hk5qVvy2


Tune in to @NewstalkFM this Sunday between 9 am - 10 am and catch DSI Kildare parent and Mum to Ronan (4), Deirdre Howard talk about our See & Learn Programme which is part of the funding goal of our #DSIHBFundays campaign.

Listen here: https://t.co/M88tG6Il6q

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Congrats and well done to all who participated in the Streets of Galway on Saturday. Despite the rain and puddles, Team Voices made it to the finish line...well done all!
Check out FB, for some event photos...you might spot yourself or someone you know!
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Ahead of running the Streets of Galway tomorrow evening, join Team Voices for a pre-race group photo at 6pm outside Claddagh Hall. ... See MoreSee Less

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this Fri, 9th Aug
@ 10.30am
Outside LIDL ORANMORE Yummy home baked treats for sale, in support of DS GALWAY
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