Wis. school helps peers understand student with Down syndrome

04/25/2014 | La Crosse Tribune (Wis.)

The Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin recently led a presentation at an elementary school to teach students about the condition. The visit was sparked by the parent of a student with Down syndrome who hoped the presentation would help the student's classmates better understand his condition. The association does similar presentations at schools around the state to help bolster disability awareness.

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