The epitome of hypocrisy: wake up and smell our coffee…

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You tell us, because as my daughter is busy walking through the gates of adulthood and getting a bit more savvy, she is starting to feel like a survivor amongst a world who wish the segment of population she belongs to extinct and yet that same world seems to welcome her with open arms…

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Deaf Awareness Week 2019

@kathleenhumberstone Breaking News: May 9th, 2019 by Denise Humberstone “Sign language made compulsory in all UK educational establishments from nurseries to universities, all government bodies, all work places, all media and entertainment industries starting January 2020 in honour of Deaf Awareness Week!!! The deaf community can’t believe their ears and must have had them burning … Continue reading Deaf Awareness Week 2019

The bodies and faces we should launch 1,000 ships for and fall head over heels in love with!!

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They’re done with clicking their heels in vain and shooting themselves in the foot by not standing tall with both feet on the ground!

Down Syndrome: What are we really afraid of?

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(I gave this presentation when Kathleen and I were invited by the Fundació Catalana Síndrome de Down to close their 17th International Conference on Down syndrome, in Barcelona, November 10th, 2017) How do you go about telling your adult child that the world doesn't want more people like him/her? That "It's OK to be different" … Continue reading Down Syndrome: What are we really afraid of?