As teenagers with Down syndrome enter adulthood, along with their peers they develop their own voice, enter meaningful relationships, can find their way in the work-place and a home to call their own.

Here young people with Down syndrome and their families share their life-stories, we hope they will inspire and enlighten you.
Bethany <img src="">


“My daughter didn’t believe she was beautiful – until she heard the words come from& ...

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Hi I am Tatty. I am Greek but have always lived in England. When I was pregnant with my son George ...

Anghard aka ACE aka The Girl <img src="">

Anghard aka ACE aka The Girl

Our lovely daughter was born weighing 3 lbs 9 oz, five weeks prematurely with Down Syndrome (DS) ...

Megan <img src="">


Hi I am Megan Wilcox and I have Down Syndrome but that doesn’t stop me being amazing. I ...

Heidi  <img src="">


Hiya, my name is Heidi and I am 22 and I live independently in a flat, I have been living there ...

Daniya <img src="">


What do you write when trying to tell the world about your life with a child who has Down? ...

Tom  <img src="">


In 2001 our beautiful baby daughter Emily was born. Having suffered several miscarriages and ...

Oliver  <img src="">


The thing is, at the beginning, all you can imagine is unhappiness and dissatisfaction, such ...

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Alex is our much-loved second boy of three. Three boys are trouble whichever way you look at it, ...

Emily  <img src="">


In some circles, the 12th of August is known as The Glorious Twelfth. I can’t argue with that – it ...

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Emily by Emily

Hello my name is Emily. I’m 25. I love my life. Life is fulfilling and beautiful thing to have. ...

Get in touch!

If you are a new/expectant mum, dad, friend or relative and you want to ask us something, just ask, send us a message using the form below, email or phone, no one will be offended. Whilst everyone’s experiences are different, we’ve all been where you are before. We are a UK based organisation.

We are also always pleased to hear from medical professionals and members of the public seeking information about Down syndrome or looking to distribute PADS literature.

Positive about Down syndrome is produced by DSUK, charity registration number 1184564

Phone: 07814 929306