World Down Syndrome Day– 21st March Happy World Down Syndrome Day 2021. Today is World Down Syndrome Day 2020. Every year, in the United States 21th march is the official celebration date of World Down Syndrome Day. This is a very popular Special Interest celebration day.
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- Today is World Down Syndrome Day! Make a donation or a commitment to help out your local org. (after Covid 19), if you can. A little goes a long way! And if you’re going out, don’t forget to wear brightly colored or mismatched socks to raise awareness.
- Today is World Down Syndrome Day; let’s celebrate by busting some major myths! People with Down Syndrome are mentally retarded. Myth Buster: They have mild intellectual disabilities, and are very sociable and cheerful!
- Happy Birthday and world Down syndrome day to my world. Have to put his bday plans on hold which is hard for him to understand so let’s have some virtual birthday wishes if you can Blue heart Yellow World Down Syndrome Day.
- This World Down Syndrome Day reminds us to accept people with Down Syndrome and not discriminate against them. Let us advocate for their rights, inclusion and well being, so that they may continue to have a voice.