Disability, handicap, difference, gift

Carolyn Fletcher writes about Down’s Syndrome

Gifts to life | Photo: Patrick_Nouhailler_13559935634_bcf246b95d_o.jpg

My sister, Linda, has Down’s Syndrome. She used to be described as handicapped; now the politically correct term is disabled.

She is not disabled. She is an extremely able person. She is able to walk, talk, laugh, cry, dance, sing and love. She enjoys life and the living of it enormously.

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