From LPB, “Heartwarming story – kids can be powerful!”


By Genevieve Shaw Brown | Yahoo.com

When an 11-year-old boy with Down syndrome was told he would not be able to attend middle school with his friends in the fall, they went to bat for him.

Brady Green’s classmates went to a school board meeting to speak about why the boy should attend Blevins Middle School with them in September. Six fifth-graders from Brady’s elementary school in Fort Collins, Colorado, took to the podium to speak about how he has enriched their lives.

https://gma.yahoo.com/11-old-down-syndromes-friends-bat-attend-middle-152706202–abc-news-parenting.html#

I attended the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) Legislative Advocacy Day on June 4 mainly because two bills in the Legislature are important to me and should be important to all of us with family members who have Down syndrome. The first bill is House Bill 1064/Senate Bill 672 which is an act to create higher education opportunities for students with […]