Cork Mum Says Down Syndrome Centre Cork Is Her Lifeline
Janice O'Connor's son Nathan is one of 65 children whose lives have been changed by the service, which receives no government funding
That's Cork Mum Janice O'Connor who says the Down Syndrome Centre on Forge Hill has not only been a support for her son Nathan, but it's also an outlet for her.
Thursday is #WorldDownSyndromeDay @rockbingocork are attempting to break world record for largest bingo card-all funds raised for @downsyndromecc I visited service user Nathan(5)&his Mum Janice who say the Centre is a lifeline.More @RedFMNews &online: https://t.co/tMdlsf7HK1 pic.twitter.com/tmk7OIf2kD— Fiona O'Donovan (@FionaRedFM) March 19, 2019
On Thursday morning, World Down Syndrome Day, Rock Bingo Hall will attempt to break the world record for the largest bingo card in aid of the centre.
Our senior reporter Fiona O'Donovan has the details for RedFM News:
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