World Down’s Syndrome Day
21st March each year, we celebrate World Down’s Syndrome Day – WDSD by wearing mismatched brightly coloured socks!
We celebrate today because 21st March or 21/3 represents chromosomes. A person with Down’s Syndrome has forty-seven chromosomes instead of the usual forty-six, they have an extra copy of chromosome 21 – Trisomy 21, more commonly known as Down’s Syndrome.
In the majority of cases, Down’s Syndrome is not an inherited condition. Down’s Syndrome usually occurs because of a chance happening at the time of conception.
The Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group organised their third annual Flashmob at Lemon Quays, Truro which took place on Saturday 18 March 2017. Over 300 friends and family danced their hearts out to Justin Timberlake’s ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’.
All in the aid of spreading the word and awareness of down syndrome!
Our aim is to spread awareness and to do this Disco Beads designed us an extra Special bracelet for us to wear with pride and to support the Charity! If you would like one, email firstname.lastname@example.org and The Fairies can help you out!
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