National Down Syndrome Day
World Down Syndrome Day (otherwise called WDSD) is a worldwide mindfulness activity that has been sponsored by the United Nations since 2012.
It has been initiated by Down Syndrome International, which has connected up with national philanthropies over the world to create exercises and occasions to bring issues to light and support for those living with Down disorder. It additionally features the realities of what it resembles to have Down disorder, and how those with Down disorder have, and keep on playing, an indispensable job in our networks.
The date itself has been chosen for cunning reasons; it is hung on the 21st day of the third month, which is a cap tip to the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome which prompts Down disorder.
Wear our authority #LotsOfSocks socks, other brilliantly hued socks, long socks, printed socks, 1 sock… even 3 socks for 3 chromosomes. On the off chance that you don’t typically wear socks, at that point wear them. Furthermore, why stop at socks? Wear our #LotsOfSocks shirts, WDSD shirts and other brilliantly shaded garments.