Down Syndrome Centre in Carrickmacross hope to provide Speech and Language therapy to families

The North East Down Syndrome Centre in Carrickmacross hope to provide Speech and Language therapy to families in the coming months.

This announcement was made during the week in conjunction with their official opening of the centre on Friday afternoon. The centre has been developing its services and expanding for 2 years now and they hope to roll out new therapy programmes, and move towards providing services to teenagers and adults with Down syndrome.

Chair of the North East Centre Martin McBreen spoke to Northern Sound News about the possible inclusion of Speech and Language therapy come August;