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'...people should congratulate parents if their child is born with a disability, not say 'I'm sorry''

A mother whose daughter has down syndrome says people should congratulate parents if their child ...

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15.05 6 Nov 2020


'...people should congratulate parents if their child is born with a disability, not say 'I'm sorry''


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15.05 6 Nov 2020


A mother whose daughter has down syndrome says people should congratulate parents if their child is born with a disability, not say 'I'm sorry'. As part of Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October, Bernie Bradley posted a picture on Twitter of her daughter Jinny as a newborn. Her message was for people to say 'congratulations', and not 'sorry', to parents when their baby is born with down syndrome; she chats to Andrea.

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