World Down Syndrome Day Conference
Pannist Fabian Pamphille of Lambeau Primary school plays the pan for visitor Sujeet Desai, the feature speaker at the conference.
The Technical Vocational Centre for Persons with Disability drummers, background, show off their talent during a drumology session.
Feature speaker at the World Down Syndrome Day Conference Sujeet Desai, entertains the audience during the opening session. Desai who has Down Syndrome, plays seven instruments.
THA Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development Dr Agatha Carrington, left, greets president and founder of the Down Syndrome Family Network Glen Niles as she is introduced by volunteer coordinator Laura Cotton at the opening of the World Down Syndrome Day Conference.
The Down Syndrome Family Network’s World Down Syndrome Day Conference was held at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort yesterday (March 20, 2017) in observance of World Down Syndrome Day. The theme for this year’s Conference was in keeping with the United Nations’ theme for the year, My Voice My Community – Enabling people with Down syndrome to speak up, be heard and influence government policy and action, to be fully included in the community.