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Finding My Voice to Advocate for My Daughter With Down Syndrome

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“Hazel, how was school today?” I recently asked my 4-year-old daughter on our ride home. “Great!” she said. “What is one thing you did today?” I then asked. “Played,” she replied. “What did you play?” I continued. “I played kitchen, blocks, going sleeping, coloring,” she then answered. “That sounds like fun!” I told her.

Then I paused for a moment as I pondered this conversation, smiled to myself, and continued driving home. Several days later, I still think about this exchange and smile.

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