Voice is the journal of Down Syndrome Australia
We write it for the people who belong to the state and territory associations.
It is also for people who work with people with Down syndrome.
We publish it in May, August and December.
Each 32-page issue is about things relating to people with Down syndrome.
Voice has 11 sections:
- Letters to the Editor
- CEO message
- One Voice
- My Voice (a place for people with Down syndrome to share their stories)
- A Day in a Life
- National Events
- Contemporary Issues
- Back Cover photos
The main articles are often written by experts in the field.
Each issue also has items written by families and people with Down syndrome.
We also include:
- state and territory news and information
- reviews of current and new publications
- new technologies.
After each issue is published, we will share some of our favourite articles on our website.
If you have a story you think Voice readers might need to hear you can send the editor an email:
If you would like to subscribe to Voice you should contact the Down syndrome association in your state or territory.
If you are a member it is one of the benefits you receive.
You need to live in one of these states or territories to receive Voice as part of your membership:
- New South Wales
- Western Australia
- South Australia
- Northern Territory.