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They go on to say that this is an example of discrimination and as such is "not only an ethical but a professional practice issue." They too suggest that fear may inhibit some professionals from participating in sexuality and relationships work with their clients.
Her opening foreword makes poignant reading, as one realises that, in some cases, over-protection and a lack of opportunity to build self-esteem, personal and social skills may deny a person the right to share their life with someone else; a person who is "for themselves, not someone paid to be there, not someone who will disappear in the next wave of staff turnover, someone other than their parents and family".Or even mothers of younger children, who are thinking ahead to the future. My oldest has Down Syndrome and it has opened my eyes and my heart to a whole new world. Do adults with Down syndrome truly have jobs and get married, or were they just the one in a million stories touted to idealise people with this […] Reply What a lovely couple you are – I wish you well in your life together.Marriage may not be on the cards yet- but one day, it might just be. Reply I found you through Mamma Mia, they posted this post on their site and after reading it I had to come and have a look at your blog. I love how these two have found each other and how they look so in love. Downs Syndrome does not define you – you are uniquely you – a woman, a daughter and a wife – and a beautiful one at that !! are the most loving, caring and beautiful people on earth. Maybe you need to read it again and feel the joy we should all share in life.
I have an almost 14yr old daughter with DS and it gives me hope for her future to see your blessings that God have given you. If you don’t feel good after reading this then, well, I don’t know.In the UK, sex and relationships education is described as a process of "life-long learning about physical, moral and emotional development.