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Q13: Writing With Grace

Writing With Grace

The story Grace is writing focuses on an imaginary cross between herself and Cinderella. In it, Cinderella-Grace gets married, goes on her honeymoon, and has three children. Her writing seems to show how she wishes her life could be. When

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Q 11: The North Side of Down – Chapter 10

The North Side of Down: A True Story of Two Sisters

About Life With Down’s Syndrome – Amanda “How I could put this? People with Down’s are lucky because they are not alone. There are lots of others with Down’s and lots of families and groups who love them, and the

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Q 10: The North Side of Down – Chapter 9

The North Side of Down: A True Story of Two Sisters

In Amanda’s section of this chapter she talks about fear and how Nancy helped her overcome it. Is there something your loved one is or has been afraid of? How have you worked to assuage those fears? “The fact that

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Q9: The North Side of Down – Chapter 8

The North Side of Down: A True Story of Two Sisters

Amanda’s section in this chapter is called ‘About My Dreams.’ In it she shares her bucket list and a great quote: “Life is about special moments.” Does your loved one have a bucket list? Tell us about a special moment

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Q8: The North Side of Down – Chapter 7

The North Side of Down: A True Story of Two Sisters

This chapter describes the frustration and pain that comes from a series of misdiagnosis and failed doctor visits. As a caregiver, have you experienced anything like this? Do you have access to specialists in your area? As her father’s health

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Q20: Loving Andrew – Chapter 18

Loving Andrew: A Fifty-Two-Year Story of Down Syndrome

Andy’s college classes required that he navigate the city’s public transportation. Has your son/daughter surprised you by accomplishing something you never expected? How do you handle your anxiety about letting him/her try new things- especially if they could be dangerous?

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