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April A to Z Blogging Challenge – I’ve Got The Music In Me

For the third year, we’ll be participating in the April A to Z Blogging Challenge!

In 2014, our first attempt at the challenge, we asked for guest bloggers and shared a variety of personal stories and advocacy issues.
Last year, we adopted a theme “Together We Can Do So Much.”

This year we’re going to have some fun! Our theme is “I’ve Got The Music In Me.”

Music is an integral part of our lives. Take a look around our community and you’ll see that music is used for a variety of important tasks:
• Self-expression
• Education
• Physical fitness
• Socialization
• Awareness & Advocacy
• Employment

Join us for a month-long tribute to the tunes that keep us going and make life fun!

A new post every day in April (except for Sundays) !

Why Stories are Important: Lesson 1

By Stephanie Holland

This month we’ll focus on telling stories about the adults who have Down syndrome that we love.  We’ll also address some of the issues that surround talking in public about our loved ones like:

  • What stories should be told – should we only tell the good ones?
  • How should they be told – by whom ?
  • What about privacy?
  • What audience?
  • Does it do any good?

Rion gives us a perfect example

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