What is it mdash; To bring up a child with Down’s syndrome, the history of the Ukrainian mother
* Unpaired multicolored socks mdash; a symbol of support for people with Down syndromea.
The son of Natalia Sologub was born with trisomy. The more familiar name for this diagnosis is mdash; Down’s syndrome. The first two years of Maxim’s life have become a test for the mother for strength. And now she constantly has to defend the right of her child to be included in life and society.
UaUa.info discussed with Natalia what it is mdash; educate a child with Down’s syndrome, and when society begins to treat children and adults with developmental features on an equal footing.
With deep respect, please do not call my son a daunenok, daunyatko, syndrome, chromosome, and even more so down! I really want the diagnosis, any diagnosis, not to become a crook or obzovalkoy, even in the diminutive form, mdash; Natalia wrote in her facebook.
People had a certain approach. And this approach continues to work even now, when there are methods of development for such children, and Down syndrome is no longer a hindrance to normal social life.
As it turns out, until the end is unknown. It is believed that during conception, when pairs of chromosomes are broken, and the female halves are connected to the male halves, the chromosome 21 for some reason is not divided. To her, her legal half joins, and a chromosome with three tails is obtained. A cell with a broken chromosome is divided, and the breakdown extends to all cells in the body. It is already impossible to fix this.
Owners of the syndrome are significantly different from others, but very similar to each other. My parents and I in the Down Syndrome Center are joking that our children are mdash; brothers and sisters, then we are among ourselves mdash; relatives.