Bray, Jonica
January 2015
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);1/26/2015, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p36
The article focuses on a couple John Carey and his wife Lisa who has given birth to a child Xavier who was suffering with the Down syndrome disease. Topics discussed include the initiative taken by Lisa to make his child life better, the significance of government funded programs to make his life easier and characteristics of newborn babies with Down syndrome.


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