Early day motion 1073

DOWN'S SYNDROME AWARENESS WEEK (17-23 MARCH) AND WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY (21 MARCH)

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Total number of signatures: 91

Abbott, Diane Amess, David Anderson, David Barron, Kevin
Begg, Anne Blackman, Bob Bottomley, Peter Brady, Graham
Brooke, Annette Campbell, Ronnie Caton, Martin Champion, Sarah
Clarke, Tom Cooper, Rosie Corbyn, Jeremy Crausby, David
Crockart, Mike Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Tony Davies, Geraint
Dodds, Nigel Doran, Frank Dowd, Jim Durkan, Mark
Edwards, Jonathan Engel, Natascha Evans, Chris Farron, Tim
Fitzpatrick, Jim Flynn, Paul Francis, Hywel Galloway, George
Gapes, Mike George, Andrew Gilmore, Sheila Glindon, Mary
Hain, Peter Hancock, Mike Havard, Dai Hermon, Lady
Heyes, David Hood, Jim Hopkins, Kelvin Huppert, Julian
Jackson, Glenda James, Sian C Lammy, David Lavery, Ian
Lazarowicz, Mark Leech, John Leigh, Edward Leslie, Charlotte
Lewis, Julian Llwyd, Elfyn Long, Naomi McCrea, Dr William
McDonnell, Alasdair McDonnell, John McGovern, Jim McGuire, Anne
Meale, Alan Mearns, Ian Mitchell, Austin Morden, Jessica
Morrice, Graeme Morris, Grahame M Murphy, Paul O'Donnell, Fiona
Osborne, Sandra Owen, Albert Qureshi, Yasmin Reevell, Simon
Ritchie, Margaret Ruane, Chris Ruddock, Joan Russell, Bob
Shannon, Jim Sharma, Virendra Simpson, David Skinner, Dennis
Smith, Nick Stringer, Graham Swales, Ian Tami, Mark
Teather, Sarah Thornton, Mike Vaz, Valerie Weir, Mike
Williams, Hywel Williams, Mark Williams, Roger

That this House supports the campaign Better Health Care for People with Down's syndrome mounted by the UK charity Down's Syndrome Association (DSA) to ensure that people with Down's syndrome receive regular and effective health surveillance; acknowledges that Down's syndrome is the most frequently recognised cause of learning disability; notes that people with Down's syndrome have specific health needs; welcomes the launch of the DSA Health Book during Down's Syndrome Awareness Week (17 to 23 March); celebrates World Down Syndrome Day which takes place on 21 March and focuses on Health and Wellbeing—Access and Equality for All; and welcomes the Parliamentary Reception to be held on 18 March in the Churchill Dining Room when there will be an opportunity to hear about the DSA Health Book, and to meet parent members including Patron Damon Hill OBE.