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Adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan hit to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

An adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan hit to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day.

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THIS adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan’s Crazy World ahead of World Down Syndrome Day.

Kids charity Triona’s Tots – which hosts classes for babies and toddlers with Down syndrome – organized the cute clip to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on March 21.

Adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan hit to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day
An adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan’s Crazy World ahead of World Down Syndrome Day.
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Adorable video shows youngsters singing Aslan hit to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day
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Organizer Triona Cussen explained: “’ How can I protect you in this crazy world’ is a sentiment we all know too well, but never more than this year.

“Our 40 families have all endured an extremely tough year in Covid lockdown.

“We have all strived to ensure our children were firstly protected and kept safe from the virus, but the reality of missing out on vital services such as speech and language, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and school was certainly an additional challenge.

“We know it has been a hard year trying to ensure our kids are still reaching their potential, but for the most part, our children have continued to astound us.

“And have held their own, and as you can see, they are all in great form singing, singing and dancing away.”

 

She added: “We know every one of you has all done a great job this year protecting them during the craziest of years, we have seen your silent struggles, and we applaud you.

“Please share this video to help us spread positivity and joy in time for World Down Syndrome Day.”

To find out more, please visit www. down syndrome center. Ie.