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Ability Through Drumming

2018-06-18T18:32:58+00:00 Community Events|

El Sistema South London (ESSL) and Thames Valley Children's Centre (TVCC) are very excited to announce that they will be launching  "Ability Through Drumming" in September 2018 at TVCC! This music program, developed for children and youth with special needs, will focus on learning music fundamentals through drumming within a group setting. With support, children and

Great Canadian Giving Challenge

2018-06-05T20:49:35+00:00 Featured|

This month, your donation to the LDSA could go a lot further! Every $1 donated IN JUNE to the LDSA through givingchallenge.ca (an initiative of canadahelps.org) is an automatic entry for the LDSA to win $10,000 (minimum $3 donation required). Imagine that!  We pride ourselves in that the funds generated for LDSA are directed wholly towards developing and maintaining

2018 LDSA Therapy Bursaries

2018-06-04T19:59:30+00:00 Featured|

The London Down Syndrome Association is pleased to be able to provide annual Therapy Bursaries for children, teens and adults living with Down syndrome. BURSARY AMOUNT: Each bursary available for disbursement is up to $500.00 per applicant. BURSARY CRITERIA ❖ No families will be considered for a Therapy Bursary if the application is received after

Help Celebrate Sim, Hensall’s “honorary firefighter”, on June 9th

2018-05-26T20:31:03+00:00 Community Events|

On June 9th, Sim, a resident of Queensway Long Term Care Home, will be fulfilling his lifetime wish of riding a fire truck during the Hensall Parade.  Sim, who has Down Syndrome, carefully watches over Hensall’s Fire Department from his residence at Queensway Long Term Care Home, which is located across the street from the

Spring Social

2018-05-26T20:32:17+00:00 LDSA Events|

LDSA moms and friends gathered on the weekend for a relaxing, social afternoon together creating these beautiful needle felted decorations! Participants were first guided through a tutorial, learning about the process and technique of turning wool fleece into sculpted forms with just a barbed needle.  Everyone started out making a mushroom to fit