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  • Panda03
    Participant
    February 16, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    Me and my sister go to a thing called ‘VISTA’ that is for blind and partially sighted people. VISTA takes people out on lot’s of different fun day’s out ( like yesterday me and my sister went to play football at a school and today we went to go rock-climbing at a leisure centre.) It also provides food (unless you would prefer to bring your own food) and Evan sometimes they go to Mc Donald’s or other places like that.


    Anonymous
    Inactive
    February 20, 2013 at 8:55 pm

    I see your online right now so I would like to talk to you because nobody has replied to me yet.
    I like your idea about the pasta thing (it was on a different thread) my brother is only small and he had downs syndrome.
    Me and my brother play with toys often and a little bit of drawing (but he scribbles!)
    I don’t find it hard at home just that my brother does bite nip and pull hair but he knows its wrong he just doesn’t know how to control himself.


    Panda03
    Participant
    February 27, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    It must be hard for you if he bite’s and stuff. Because my sister has Autisum and ADHD, when she has a melt time, it mean’s that she will kick, punch and all the other bad stuff, and you have to be careful not to get in her way because if you are in her way she will do it all on you (well the person that’s in her way.


    Anonymous
    Inactive
    March 1, 2013 at 9:20 am

    Well It is quite hard to control him but my mum tells him off and he starts crying and hugs you to say sorry. Once I got bit by him and it left a tiny mark on my chest for days.

    Also the other day my cat scratched my brother’s eyelid and know my cat is not aload in the living room.

    My brother might have Autism too but we are not sure but the way his behavouir goes out of control sort of tells us that he might have Autism as well as downs syndrome.


    Panda03
    Participant
    March 2, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    Sorry if your brother does have Autsium as well as Downs Syndrome.

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