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The Catalan Down Syndrome Foundation brought together experts and families from all over the world for the 12 International Conferences on Down Syndrome
Over two days, new aims in care and the promotion of independence for people with intellectual disabilities were addressed and reflected on from a multidisciplinary perspective.
To mark the celebration of our 30th anniversary, we gave the biannual Award for Research to Ramon Trias Fargas.
Young people with intellectual disabilities interview the President of the Generalitat on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Catalan Down Syndrome Foundation
- Four young people with down syndrome speak with Artur Mas about the issues which concern them.
- The Foundation wishes to thank the administration, businesses and families for their trust and support over the past 30 years.
The Foundation, which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary, annually organizes the Competition for Research Projects on People with Down's Syndrome, to promote awareness of the syndrome among young people.
Benestar Social i Família, the Catalan Down's Syndrome Foundation and the Abertis Foundation have signed an agreement to conduct this pilot experience with users from Casal de gent gran Trinitat Vella.
The deadline for submitting applications for this provision of help remains open until May 6, 2014.
Xavi Hernàndez, Obra Social "la Caixa" Ambassador, participates in the annual meeting of the Catalan Down’s Syndrome Foundation
FC Barcelona's player has been the guest to this year's event, which brings together users and families, aimed at allowing people with intellectual disabilities to take the floor and explain their life projects.
Martin Flores, a young person of 26 years old with intelectual disability, has started to work as trainee in the sports newsroom of La Xarxa de Comunicació Local, under a collaboration agreement with the Catalan Down's Syndrome Foundation.
1st prize: «Aprenent sobre la síndrome de Down de la mà dels virus», Dr. Cristina Fillat, Dr. Xavier Altafaj, Dr. Xavier Bofill de Ros, et al. Institut d'Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer (IDIBAPS)
We participate in the european Grundtvig training project "What is essential is invisible to the eye"
The project focuses on services for those individuals with Down syndrome and meets the need for better-tailored educational approaches.