Friday, September 5, 2008

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/7597761.stm

1 comment:

guybroadley said...

Hi Scott/Danielle,

In, I think, 1948, when I was about six and your dad, Scott, was five, we visited Uncle Bryant's sister-in-law's out of Feilding. Uncle Bryant was your Nana Broadley's brother. In the dining room was a stag's head on the wall and your dad kept going in and out of the door to the room on the other side of the wall. When he was asked why, he said he wanted to see where the deer's body was! The sister-in-law had a daughter in her 30s or so with Down's Syndrome. She read the newspaper to her mother, who had poor eye sight, every day. She was the first person I knew with Down's Syndrome and from then on I knew that there were people with Down's Syndrome who could read.

Trust the study is going well.

Cheers!

Guy