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Down Syndrome Resilience part 4. Having a support system





Throughout the first several months of Journeigh's life with two major successful surgeries behind us, my immediate family were my endless support system, even though they reside in California, it was as if they were right by my side at any and every moment I needed.

The most important thing in having a child with a learning disability or medical condition is the continual love and willingness to learn how to help educate and advocate through perseverance.




"Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step."-Martin Luther King, Jr.


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United to Empower, Advocate and Support children and families who face daily obstacles with being dually diagnosed with Down Syndrome and Autism that relates to the continual support of additional medical, social, educational, and financial resources .

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