New book highlights siblings of children with disabilities

08/22/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Allana Hayes, 20, is majoring in special education because she dreams of an ordinary life for her brother Brett, 16, who was born with a rare developmental disability. Her story is one of dozens in a new book "Who Asked Me: A Journal of Discovery and Sharing By and For Siblings of People with Developmental Disabilities," edited by Adele Bergstrom, who launched the project after reading an essay her daughter had written about her brother with Down syndrome.

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