Fifteen young adults with Down’s Syndrome came together for a three-day residential weekend to design and develop training resources for health professionals (midwives, pediatricians, obstetricians). The plan was to make sure that people were better informed about the real-life achievements of young people with Down’s syndrome so that they could pass on their new insights to prospective mums (and dads). Volunteers with Down’s Syndrome then delivered the training with staff of the Down’s Syndrome Association. Feedback has been massively positive. To find out more, check out the link to this article in our February Newsletter.