FKDSET Down Syndrome World Magazine – Research & Celebrities

FKDSET Presents ‘Down Syndrome World Magazine’

Down Syndrome World magazine features developmental news, biomedical research, Down Syndrome Celebrities
FKDSET presents the Global Down Syndrome Foundation’s Magazine ‘Down Syndrome World.’ FKDSET is inspired by it’s research and it’s celebrity support. FKDSET is dedicated to increasing understanding of Down Syndrome worldwide, by supporting developmental research, educational breakthroughs, exercise and performance as therapy and vocational success for Down Syndrome children and young adults in the Florida Keys. We passionately support DS people’s autonomy, and advocate for their rights. We love and support the local providers of services that live in Monroe County: speech therapists, physical therapists and occupational therapists that work so hard to support our Down Syndrome population. The ESE teachers of the schools here who have worked hard to support their educational development through Individual Education Plans, or IEP’s. If you ahve not already, please sign up for our 2 Shoes Walk 2 Miles 5 K Run. Click the form below or use the online registration form by going here. If you want to volunteer for our next event, click the volunteer link here and go to signupgenius.com to register for a volunteer slot. Watch our celebrity TV88 Video here

https://youtu.be/X3unO4uTla0

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PLEASE JOIN THE TEAM ON MARCH 12TH, DONATE FOR A SHIRT, PRE-REGISTER HERE

FKDSET Supports Down Syndrome World’s Mission

Down Syndrome World’s Mission

Down Syndrome World will always focus on Down syndrome research and medical care and aspires to provide these stories in an easy to read, entertaining and informative way.

Global Down Syndrome Foundation’s Mission

Global is dedicated to significantly improving the lives of people with Down syndrome through research, medical care, education, and advocacy. Visit The GDSF Website

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