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Balancing Pandemic Safety and Socialization for Kids With Down Syndrome

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We’ve been “doing COVID” now for almost a year, living in New Jersey where some of the worst outbreaks occurred last spring, unable to deny the painful truth of this lethal virus.

The latest outbreak in our area isn’t of COVID, but of COVID fatigue, and it’s taken me time to empathize with families who are not at increased risk and who are struggling emotionally in real and serious ways with social isolation.

As it is with disability, we often don’t get to cater to our struggles and we grow accustomed to playing by different rules.

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