The World according to Down: Being autonomous … a dream, a fight, a quest, a pride … Day after day, through determination and courage, adults with Down’s syndrome acquire more confidence and overcome difficulties one after the other, tirelessly. Guided by their entourage from a very young age, they gradually develop their skills, adapt to their handicap, accept their differences and flourish. The path to self-reliance is a long-term battle, a tough test for those who support them. Joys and disappointments punctuate the course. Some manage to manage their daily lives alone while others find their fulfillment in more supervised...
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