Monday, March 25, 2013

The Challenges of Having a Brother With Down Syndrome ~Stuttering King~


Challenges Of Having A Sibling With Down Syndrome

Have you ever seen some one waking down the street that looked different. Some one at your school who spoke different and people made fun of because they weren't like every one else.  Possibly they may have down syndrome!

How Down Syndrome Has Affected Me.

I know every one has experienced some type of bullying and has dished out some to. But that's different because we can defend ourselves. But kids with disabilities such as down syndrome, autism and etc. cannot. These are the things I worry about on a day to day basis with my brother.

Down Syndrome Affects At School

I just don't understand how people can be so cruel, but like they say karma is a B. For the most part me and my family really haven't had any problems with my brother being teased. But he's still young and growing more and more every day. All the kids love him, he brings so much joy to the facility around the school.

Bad Habits Around Kids With Down Syndrome

He has also picked up some bad habits from his sister and I. He watches our every move that's why we have to set a good example and make sure were not saying inappropriate things or doing them. Which is kind of hard because he could be sitting in the other room and can still hears what I say and repeats it.

Our Families Major Down Syndrome Challenge

For the longest we have been trying to get him potty trained which was a huge challenge for me and my family. He wouldn't even tell us if he had to go which really was frustrating. Because we had to clean it up, no one wanted to do that! But eventually he got it together and started going to the bathroom by himself.

What I Worry Most About Down Syndrome!

He is getting older and his down syndrome is only going to progress. I'm worried that when he gets to high school that he's going to have problems. Such as being picked on teased and talked about.
I mean it just makes me want to slap the taste out of people's mouths who make fun of kids with a disability. They cant help it that they were born that way. God made all of us for a reason, every one is equal. Some just have more than others. I see kids at my school all the time laugh at a special needs kid because he's making a noise or walking funny. Like I fail too see the humor, this is not a comedy club.
How would you like it if your kid or someone in your family was like that and you saw them getting teased? You would be ready to fight maybe even kill. But day by day its getting better.
And to you families out there with down syndrome kids it will get better, to just don't give up.

Challenges Of Having A Sibling With Down Syndrome

Have you ever seen some one waking down the street that looked different. Some one at your school who spoke different and people made fun of because they weren't like every one else.  Possibly they may have down syndrome!

How Down Syndrome Has Affected Me.

I know every one has experienced some type of bullying and has dished out some to. But that's different because we can defend ourselves. But kids with disabilities such as down syndrome, autism and etc. cannot. These are the things I worry about on a day to day basis with my brother.

Down Syndrome Affects At School

I just don't understand how people can be so cruel, but like they say karma is a B. For the most part me and my family really haven't had any problems with my brother being teased. But he's still young and growing more and more every day. All the kids love him, he brings so much joy to the facility around the school.

Bad Habits Around Kids With Down Syndrome

He has also picked up some bad habits from his sister and I. He watches our every move that's why we have to set a good example and make sure were not saying inappropriate things or doing them. Which is kind of hard because he could be sitting in the other room and can still hears what I say and repeats it.

Our Families Major Down Syndrome Challenge

For the longest we have been trying to get him potty trained which was a huge challenge for me and my family. He wouldn't even tell us if he had to go which really was frustrating. Because we had to clean it up, no one wanted to do that! But eventually he got it together and started going to the bathroom by himself.

What I Worry Most About Down Syndrome!

He is getting older and his down syndrome is only going to progress. I'm worried that when he gets to high school that he's going to have problems. Such as being picked on teased and talked about.
I mean it just makes me want to slap the taste out of people's mouths who make fun of kids with a disability. They cant help it that they were born that way. God made all of us for a reason, every one is equal. Some just have more than others. I see kids at my school all the time laugh at a special needs kid because he's making a noise or walking funny. Like I fail too see the humor, this is not a comedy club.
How would you like it if your kid or someone in your family was like that and you saw them getting teased? You would be ready to fight maybe even kill. But day by day its getting better.
And to you families out there with down syndrome kids it will get better, to just don't give up.
cassius




By The Stuttering King

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