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What You Should Say to a Disabled Person and Their Family

Unfortunately, the answer is not what you think.

We have a disabled son who has unusual facial features, pokes his tongue out a lot, can’t stand or walk and is on oxygen 24/7. He is clearly different.

There is a variety of interactions you get from having a disabled child. When walking down the street and around the park to going shopping or picking up our other children from nursery.




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Michael Constantine

Michael Constantine

Honest, Common Sense Provoker, Father of 3, husband of 1.

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