F-words in Childhood Disability

As an Advanced Practice Nurse specializing in Developmental Pediatrics, I recently attended the National Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics conference in Cleveland.

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A Sister

About 3 years ago, I was reading an article posted on The Mighty’s website about a letter written from a mother to her daughter. The mother had a son with disabilities, and a typically developing daughter, and she wrote to the daughter about how she saw what good care the girl took of her brother. Having a brother with intellectual and developmentally disabilities myself, I really connected with the letter.

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This is why I Love doing Research

In High School, Biology and Biochemistry were always two of my favorite classes. I found so much joy in conducting experiments, documenting outcomes and discussing results. Thus, it is not too surprising that I decided to pursue a degree in a science, Nutritional Sciences.

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