How do you celebrate World Down Syndrome Day 2023?
World Down Syndrome Day is marked each year on March 21. It was first observed in 2006, and it has continued every subsequent year since then. The observance's chosen date - March 21 - is the third month of the year and the day that 21 chromosomes have triplication (trisomy) in people with Down syndrome.
World Down Syndrome Day is held each year on March 21. It's a day to raise awareness about the condition of Down syndrome, which is referred to as a child born with an extra 21st chromosome.
People wear mismatched socks to show support for people with Down syndrome. These socks resemble the shape of chromosomes.