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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Faces of Down Syndrome

Right Down the Lens is a photo exhibit presented by Artgraphix with DSAPI or Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines-Davao Chapter.The photos of the children with down syndrome was taken last month and will be exhibited on December 26, 2010 to January 1, 2011 at SM Davao.

These are the children I serve and I am inviting my fellow Dabawe├▒yos to come and visit SM to witness the faces of down syndrome in our city.Take a look at some of their photos: Faces of Down Syndrome (You need to login on facebook first so that the video will be available for you to see.)

7 comments:

Pinx said...

did you know that i have a heart for special children? although i have to give up teaching special children to personally take care of my son, but every time i visit the school where i used to teach, my students would always hug me and i just love to be with them. it's so nice to know that you have a heart for them too! congrats!!!

zeb said...

they deserve to be loved, if we look at them closely they are adorable diba :D Godbless!

Bino said...

malungkot lang na may ibang mga tao na di tama ang pagtrato sa kanila. hay.

ladyinpurple said...

Oo, totoo, yun ang mga taong walang puso at kulang ang pang-unawa upang maintindihan ang mga batang tulad nila.

@zeb-> They are..they're lovely and very sweet.Compared to mentally retarded children and autistic ones,they really build a relationship with you.I'm so touch with them and they're special to me as well.

@Pinx-> I didn't know that you're a teacher!I didn't formally teach them.I just had times to be with them in their activities.I learned a lot from them.I met them in 2008.Since then, I haven't stopped learning more about these children.They're God-given to us.They have a purpose.

choirul said...

wo... its good information

thank you..

Margaret Duarte said...

I haven't had a lot of experience with Down's syndrome, but it seems that children with this disease are so happy, like little angels sent to teach us how to live in the moment.

ladyinpurple said...

yeah Margaret..we call them angels at the camp where I first met them..they've partly changed me..on the 27th will be our Christmas party with the kids

You're welcome choirul

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