A man with Down’s syndrome has melted hearts around the world by proposing to his girlfriend on ITV’s ‘This Morning’. Niki
It's Important That People With A Learning Disability Are Seen On Our Screens And On Stage - Simply Because We Exist
Things have improved and I've been lucky enough to be involved in some big steps forward. I was the first actor with a learning disability to play a character without a disability on stage, a big moment for the learning disability community of actors. It's these opportunities that keeps me going.
Being with Glenn means that he loves me for me - he knows I have a learning disability but he doesn't care, he sees past it. It makes me feel safe, he's caring, he understands me, if I have a problem we discuss it. When we go out, he's always holding my hand, that's what I really like about him.
Plus, she totally slayed the runway.
Madeline Stuart launched her first ever clothing line at New York Fashion Week on Sunday 12 February. The 20-year-old model
The photograph of the pair has even inspired a piece of artwork by Twitter user @RadioActiveAcid. Read more on The Huffington
'Down's syndrome is only a piece of who he is.'
A toddler with Down’s syndrome has been featured in a Christmas advert, after he was initially rejected by a modelling agency
How Other Parents Helped Me Realise A Learning Disability Is Nothing To Fear - In Fact, It's Brought Joy I Could Never Have Imagined
When we were first given the diagnosis, I remember going through lots of outdated, clinical information we'd found online, but what I desperately wanted to know was how the day-to-day looked, raising a child with a learning disability.
'How long do people with Down's syndrome live?'
People with Down’s syndrome are breaking down misconceptions around the condition by answering the most common questions
Congratulations Russell 👏
A man with Down’s syndrome is celebrating 30 years of working at McDonald’s. Russell O’Grady was 18 years old when he went
'We want to show the world how great Down’s syndrome really is.'
A mother has created a photo series to challenge negative perceptions of children with Down’s syndrome. Julie Willson, from
But one campaign is trying to change this.
Just 30% of people would feel comfortable sitting next to someone with a mild learning disability, new research has revealed
When I first began working as a dementia consultant for MacIntyre in 2013, I was struck by how their learning disability services encourage the people they are supporting to be front and centre in their work.