I've always been really protective of him, he's mentally about 5, and he can't talk using full words, say the alphabet, count to 5, or read etc.
He's still a person, and People need to realize that no matter what disability someone has, that they're still a human, with equal...
To profit from many clients.
Pills that make us worse.
Two disableds lose income if wed.
No jobs for disableds to get wed.
In a christian country
For profits from wed.
No housing help shared.
Lack of housing funding...
because someone looks or acts differently doesnt mean they are less of a human being... people have becomes so cruel and shallow that they wont associate or make fun of whats different...ive seen so much of it in my life. i just hate it.
they're seriously so sweet.
My brother has Down syndrome, and he's the sweetest and most caring person I know, it makes me so sad to see people mock him.
He's still a person, with feelings.
Treat him just as you'd like to
and I love him so much. He is my world! Of course I hate when people stare and or are mean to him. But not everyone is mean to him, there's only a few people that has been mean to him and that was because I was a little girl now, nobody and I mean nobody will ever be mean to him...
I mean, I don't understand how it's funny. I also don't underhand the point of making fun of someone for those reasons. I find it completely offensive and just down right rude...That person who you're picking on and making fun of is going through an obstacle on their life. They...
Her name is Shiloh and she has Down syndrome. But that doesn't define her, in my opinion it is nothing more than a trait of hers. She is truly such a beautiful and wonderful little girl. And an absolute delight to have around. She is almost always happy and smiling and she just...
and we were in there with special needs kids. And this girl was laughing at them, giving them dirty looks, and saying stuff like, "they should be locked in a cage"if I had a retarded kid, I would give up for adoption and never have anything to do with it ever again." I was...
and mentally disabled. He has the mentality of a 7 year old on good days, but on bad days it's that of 2 or 3 year old. He's my buddy and I have on more than one occasion used my size to intimidate those who look at him with disdain or giggle when he walks by.
Egos who corral us.
Or lie on documents
Or charge too much
To deny us a home.
Three times the rent needed
To get approved for a 500 dollar pad
Priced at 790.
The doctor is right in every meeting
And we are wrong
And must let that be
my lunch period (his name was Alex) I was the only one who would actually talk to him like a human being and defended him when people made fun of him. He loved suspenders and wore a different pair everyday. The minute I got in the lunch room he would run up to me and show me his...
and inconsiderate act of all.....to make fun of people who have disabilities!! they are human like the rest of us...they feel, cry, hurt the same as us...they are different but still human and deserve to be treated as such! who is anyone to make fun of these people?!!! goes to...
I'm not going to use his real name, so I'm gonna call him Jeff. Everyone makes fun of Jeff, because he has a stutter and a mental disability. He's actually really nice and only learned English 4 years ago, he moved from China. Everyone picks on him and I hate it
disabilities sickens me. If I had to pick my biggest pet peeve it would federally be that.special ed children are special and need help from people as a community. When I see kids at school make fun of the boy with Down syndrome I can't help myself from going off
but then I remember I am who I am I can't change it being disabled is hard and having cerebral palsy is very hard but it does not stop me from doing what I want in my life and following my hopes and dreams remember however hard life gets never give up its getting better I...
who has Down's Syndrome and graduated with us at age 21, was loved by everyone. I think it was the thing that made me most proud of going to that school, was that every single person in the 1200+ student body and staff treated him like he was made of gold, rightfully so.
where disabled people doesn't matter what disability it is. Can be treated the same way as any other person. It's a human right. It's not right that just because somebody looks different or is mentally slower than all the rest that somebody else feels the need to point it out...
They give us money to look nice.
But take our veracity away.
And give bad meds.
Proven to hurt us.
But tell you they work.
And spread them.
Neurologist gave tegretol.
So you get our meds too.
And when we hurt your leaders
We get called a nut.
then isn't it better not to say anything at all? You don't need to point out or even scrub it at someone's face that they have a special situation. You don't need to. If you try to be sensitive enough, you would know that you don't need to announce to the whole world that this...
hard and having cerebral palsy is hard to but it does not stop form doing what I want in my life when I grow up I want to be as independent as I can however hard life gets never give up it does get better I promise you.....
I'm in a wheelchair since a baby I have cerebral palsy but they does not stop me from doing what I want in my life and I want to follow my hopes and dreams ......however hard life gets never give up it gets better I promise......