Rachel Simon knew that having a sibling who has a serious intellectual disability had changed her life. But she had no idea that writing a book about the experience would change her life again. Recalling those early days, Simon says, “I allowed myself on
10-year edition of ‘Riding the Bus’ comes subtler understanding of intellectual disability
2013-06-06T18:22:06-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Lifestyle|Tags: all disabilities, developmental disabilities, developmental disability, Disability, down syndrome, intellectual disability, Rachel Simon, Riding the Bus with My Sister|0 Comments
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