Profiles of nine adults who were pioneers in the Down Syndrome Program at the Experimental Education Unit, UW.
- Jeff Benson
Our son subscribes to the Everett Herald and scans then reads the articles that interest him each day.
- Christy Byron
She learned to do what the doctor said would never happen.
- Lupita Cano
Who would have imagined that one day she would be an accomplished painter and own her own business.
- Patrick Evezich
In 1993, I began work at Microsoft. I have held a variety of jobs there and now work as an administrative clerk.
- Aaron Gallant
His facility with the written words extends to an impressive skill at Scrabble, and the related game UpWords, which he loves to play.
- Martha Hinojosa
She wrote her own speech for a black-tie fundraising event for the Sixth Day Club.
- Kari Sellars
Of all the skills she learned, reading was far and away the most important.
- Alison Sienkewicz
She composes and reads email and checks the paper regularly for movies and musical events the she enjoys.
- Melinda Teeny
Melinda is quite a traveler.