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Sadly, there are those who maliciously seek out to destroy websites that may have a security hole in them. Unfortunately, hackers were able to get into the Down Right Awesome website, and hack it and begin spamming from the site. … Continue reading
Our very own Down Right Awesome mama gives her take on why research is so important to us. Please read, share and don’t forget to donate to Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation- DSRTF today to take advantage of the … Continue reading
We got the band back together for a quick roundup of events happening in celebration of World Down Syndrome Day on 3/21.
We got the band back together for a quick roundup of events happening in celebration of World Down Syndrome Day on 3/21. Much like the podcast, this write up is going to be short and sweet. To celebrate, you can: … Continue reading
There is something special going on here in San Diego this week. The seeds for true inclusion are being sown. These kids may think they are just playing with some cool toys in a really nice house, but they will … Continue reading
Guest Blogger Tawmis Logue had some things to share about how Dexter changed his life: The Down Syndrome Buddy Walk is just around the corner – and Team Down Right Awesome is ready to march! Would love if you could … Continue reading
I’m a bit of a wordy. I love words almost as much as I love good cheese and milk. In case you don’t know me, that’s a whole freaking lot. Learning that Dexter would have a tough time with speech … Continue reading
To our Papas that make the world a better place, Happy Father’s Day. We love you. Amy & Colette
I’m on a plane again. Skywriting seems to have become a pattern in my posts. From my 2.5’ x 2.5’ box seat I think about all the posts I’ve wanted to write yet haven’t typed out. I think today’s post … Continue reading
From the moment Milo was born and diagnosed, I’ve been writing to you all. Figuratively, that is. I’ve wanted to release my words out there and let them find a home where they may. I’ve wanted to produce documentaries to … Continue reading