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Q21: Loving Andrew – Chapter 19

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

“Watching children leave the nest is difficult for any parent, but letting go of a child with a developmental disability is an especially traumatic experience because we feel so responsible for their well-being.” P. 213 Do you agree with this

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Q19: Loving Andrew – Chapter 17

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

Andy attended summer camp for four weeks. Has your child spent that much time away from home? How did you feel reading about the hanging “game?” What would you do if you found yourself in a similar situation? Andy continued

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Q30: Life With Charley – Jump In

Sometimes our kids want to do things that we’re not too sure about. Somewhere between struggling with my sunglasses and looking around to make sure I hadn’t dropped anything, I glanced up to see Charley standing in the line leading

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Q21: Life With Charley – PermaShave

Everyone wants to be able to make their own decisions, especially when it comes to grooming and personal hygiene.  It may take us a little longer, but as parents, we want our children to get to that point too.  Charley

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Q17: Adventures in the Mainstream

“On our first night aboard the Endeavour nine days ago, Ned noticed the piano in the lounge and informed me that he intended to give a concert for our fellow travelers. I said no. We do not inflict our children

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