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Health Care Experience Grows to a Voice for Advocacy

By Emily Chesnut

When Nora was born in February 2011, she was the first person I really knew with Down Syndrome. Just like there aren’t any manuals for taking home your newborn, the information available about Down Syndrome and what it would mean for us was just as confusing (although more plentiful).

In addition to partnering with the NICU (Newborn Intensive Care Unit) to get her home, I jumped into reading blogs and looking for personal stories that would tell me what our future held.

“I jumped into reading blogs and looking for personal stories that would tell me what our future held.”

Family Story by The Cat

Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool. Yeah, so i’m the cat and my person is pretty cool.

This isn’t me, but how cute is this image? Nawww.

News Story by Ms Person

I would like to tell you a story about my cat. I have the best cat. I would like to tell you a story about my cat. I have the best cat. I would like to tell you a story about my cat. I have the best cat. I would like to tell you a story about my cat. I have the best cat. I would like to tell you a story about my cat. I have the best cat.

This isn’t a picture of my cat, it is a picture of me.