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This post is specifically about videos for promoting Down Syndrome Awareness, and they are all easily accessible on YouTube. This post will be updated as new videos come out or are recommended. The Best Down Syndrome Awareness Videos For Kids Not Special Needs Awesome, super funny 2:00 short that's great for anyone, really Everyone Counts:
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the best down syndrome t-shirts Down syndrome
Down syndrome t-shirts are wearable advocacy, and I've got a smattering of the best Down syndrome t-shirts for you!. Donning garments with bold statements that testify to our beliefs (and allow others to question theirs) is an easy way to help promote acceptance. All the t-shirts I sell here support my site and the work that
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best down syndrome book resources Resources
This post is about best Down syndrome book resources - from memoirs to resource books. It's intended for parents and professionals working with people with Down syndrome. The ones that I most highly recommend I have put an * before. Remember: your local library should offer most of these books, and if they don't, you can
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what the teen vogue article on disabled models tells us: three separate images. first, model with dark skin and bright clothes is standing on her prosthetic leg with her arm raised. her background is orange. the next photo is a model with bright blonde hair and brown hair sitting on a blue surface; the background is blue. the last photo is a model with light skin and who has Down syndrome, smiling, her background is orange Opinion
Teen Vogue just ran an article about the new face of fashion: disabled models. Written by disabled activist Keah Brown, the article highlights 3 disabled models: Chelsea Warner (who has Down syndrome), Mama Cax (an amputee), and Jillian Mercado (who has spastic muscular dystrophy). Teen Vogue and Disabled Models: The Teen Vogue article on disabled
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