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My Guest Blog~So Your Baby Has Down Syndrome

My Guest Blog~ So Your Baby Has Down Syndrome

Recently I was contacted by an associate editor at Social Work License Map, a guide to social work licensure that clarifies the steps needed to become a social worker in any state.  This social work site,  also focuses on specific social work advocacy. I am very excited to share that my website, “Down Syndrome With A Slice Of Autism” will be included here.  In addition, I did a guest blog spot which posted live last week.  The guest blog is entitled, “So Your Baby Has Down Syndrome.”  Just click below to view:

http://socialworklicensemap.com/guest-blog-so-your-baby-has-down-syndrome/

October is  Down syndrome Awareness Month and there are so many good stories in the news.  I will continue to post these on the Facebook page for you to enjoy.  Thank you for reading and sharing Nick’s world.  That’s what is in my noggin this week!

~Teresa 🙂

DSAwarenessMagnet

 

 

 

Author:

Teresa is the mother of two boys. Her youngest son, Nick is 24 years old and has special needs including Down syndrome, autism and verbal apraxia. She is a Dual Diagnosis Down Syndrome and Autism Consultant for DSCBA, parent advocate, speaker, and writer who is currently working on the memoir of raising her son, Nick. You can follow Nick world on our Facebook page and Pinterest @Down Syndrome With A Slice of Autism. Find Nick on Instagram@ #nickdsaustism, Twitter @tjunnerstall.

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