Ages and Stages, Speech & Language

Let’s talk about inclusion and Down syndrome: Local opportunity (Cincinnati)

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2 thoughts on “Let’s talk about inclusion and Down syndrome: Local opportunity (Cincinnati)”

  1. Hey Jen!
    Love reading your blog! Love the recent one about your brother and sister and the photo! Can you send me more info on this speaker(if you have it)? I hope you and the family are doing well! We miss you!

  2. I have a son who has down syndrome. He was also diagnosed with autism on 9-9-2011. One of my biggest regrets in my life is not insisting that my son be taught in the inclusive classroom. I was new to down syndrome or any disability so I believed the resource room would give him a edge. I couldn’t have been more wrong. While other children were learning social interaction and how to listen to lecture or story time. my son was tracing his name 100s of times and sorting squares and circles. He missed out and so did his classmates! We all need to live with disversity in our environment this lesson is just as important as Columbus .

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