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What My 'Outstanding Olivia' Can Teach Kids About Down Syndrome

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Most parents don’t think about talking to their children. They just do it. They teach them to talk, what words to say and not to say and in time their children speak to them.

As a parent, it is natural to have fears for your child, but one of them is not usually, “Will I be able to communicate with my child?” I was no different.

Even after knowing Olivia might have Down syndrome, it never crossed my mind that we wouldn’t be able to communicate with her.

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