Self-Advocacy Column

This column is written to highlight the stories of self-advocates born with mosaic Down syndrome.  Developing the skills, knowledge, and self-confidence to be able to engage with people effectively, take part in work or social situations, and understand your rights and responsibilities as citizens IS self-advocacy. Learning how to speak up to your family, friends, teachers and co-workers to tell them what is important to you, IS self-advocating.

If you are a mosaic Down syndrome self-advocate and would like to share your story, please reach out to:   

Meet the Advocates

Katie Kupris

International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association

PO Box 321, Grand Haven, MI, 49417
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