Inclusion benefits the whole of society, not just the children who are different.Make the most of the opportunity you have to really make a positive difference to future generations, and show every child that differences are beautiful and that you don’t have to be top of the class to be brilliant.
I’ve said it many times before, and I’m about to say it yet again. The hardest part of raising a child with Down syndrome is not the disability itself, but the attitude of society. The hardest part is not Down syndrome, it is other people. There are just so many assumptions about what Down syndrome … Continue reading Myths about Down syndrome. How many did you think were true?
Can you imagine reading something every day that questions your child’s right to life? Can you imagine knowing that a huge percentage of people in society think your child shouldn’t have even been born? Can you imagine knowing that people look at your child and see something abnormal and scary? Can you imagine waking up … Continue reading Can you imagine living in a world that thinks your child shouldn’t be alive? I have a son with Down syndrome and I can