Today is 21 March, meaning it is World Down’s Syndrome Day (WDSD), and if you look closely, you might notice brightly-coloured odd socks peeking above some people’s shoes. The global awareness event which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012 aims to spread understanding of Down’s Syndrome through joyful campaigns. WDSD promotes…Why do we wear odd socks on World Down’s Syndrome Day? How WDSD is recognised and why it was created — inews.co.uk
What Makes True friendships?
Making friends can be challenging for people with disabilities because of the physical, mental and social barriers. Yet when true friendships develop the bond remains forever. What makes true friendships?: When no judgements are made by friends about your bad mistakes or your troubled past. Your friends respect you for who you are, your choices […]What Makes True friendships?
Dogs & understanding.
If I could make my dog understand one thing. That would that be even though I am not sat right by him, or doing something with him right that very moment, I still love him and we’ll do something together soon.
I’ll bet some of you have energetic dogs like I have, and you take them for a good long walk, and they repay you by wanting to go straight outside to play when you get back.
Well, don’t those gorgeous eyes manage to make you feel guilty, even though you know you’ve been out a good hour or more.