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When My Daughter With Down Syndrome Sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury

My husband, 20-year-old daughter Yassy, and I were riding our bikes on a well-known Williamsburg, Virginia Trail. The trail was brand new to us. My husband and daughter were in front, and I was behind them. We were going down a fairly big hill, and my daughter yelled “Whee!” with pure childlike glee. I remember thinking, “This is a perfect moment.” Then I saw her feet slip off the pedals, she was going so fast she lost her balance and in the blink of an eye – crash! It was a bad crash. She had her helmet on, but she was pretty banged up. I was afraid she had broken an arm or a leg. We checked her out and saw multiple areas where she needed bandages, but nothing seemed broken.

That evening my daughter was resting in her room after having

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My husband, 20-year-old daughter Yassy, and I were riding our bikes on a well-known Williamsburg, Virginia Trail. The trail was brand new to us. My husband and daughter were in front, and I was behind them. We were going down a fairly big hill, and my daughter yelled “Whee!” with pure childlike glee. I remember thinking, “This is a perfect moment.” Then I saw her feet slip off the pedals, she was going so fast she lost her balance and in the blink of an eye – crash! It was a bad crash. She had her helmet on, but she was pretty banged up. I was afraid she had broken an arm or a leg. We checked her out and saw multiple areas where she needed bandages, but nothing seemed broken.
Imagine you’re back in high school. What if you could take the day off because you’re having a bad mental health day? It sounds like a pipe dream, but it’s actually reality in several states, according to The New York Times. You don’t have to fake physical sickness anymore. You are entitled to take a mental health holiday.

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