Q24: Loving Andrew – Chapter 22

When Andrew’s mental health starts to falter, his mother tries to think of reasons why he could be worried or frustrated. She writes about how the family had always encouraged Andrew to “lead as normal a life as possible.”

Do you ever wonder if inclusion and advocacy efforts, for example “more alike than different” put undue pressure on adults with intellectual disabilities?

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